creativity, time

Leap: There Will Never Be a Better Time to Do What You’re Meant to Do

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“Too often man handles life as he does the bad weather. He whiles away the time as he waits for it to stop.” ~ Alfred Polgar, Austrian journalist

I’ll get to it when I have more time, when life is less hectic, when I have more money, when the weather gets better.

How many times have you said something like that when contemplating your next step?

I used to say it all the time. Then one day I just got so sick of hearing myself say it that I stopped making excuses and really got down to business to create a life. On occasion, I catch myself slipping back in to my old “maybe someday” habit. The truth of it is that today is someday, and it’s just as good a someday as any other day will ever be.

Here’s my only motto these days – less waiting, more doing.

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