THE PERFECT MOMENT IS NOW

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Too often we wait for the perfect moment to work on our goals. Besides, are you sure you’ll be able to recognize the perfect moment when it comes?

“If you wait for the perfect moment when all is safe and assured, it may never arrive. Mountains will not be climbed, races won, or lasting happiness achieved.” -Maurice Chevalier

Do you want to achieve more out of life? Do you know anyone who can help you to get past your procrastination habit? The habit of putting off what you want will only keep you stuck. I will assure you that the perfect time is this very moment. Don’t waste your life waiting! How many times have you put off what you wanted to do until the first of the week, the first of the month or year? How much of your life have you wasted, waiting?

Your progress is in your hands. Why? Opportunity is going to present itself. It’s you who have to act on the opportunity. In fact, for you to start seeing the progress in your life you have to take the present moment to be your perfect moment. It’s what you got!

We are going to do what we can today. Do it until we love it! Besides, procrastinating will not get us what we want; we have to get up and get into the action that will serve us with making progress.

This moment could be your MAGICAL moment!

IT IS POSSIBLE TO GO BEYOND LIMITATIONS. IT MAY NOT BE EASY, BUT IT IS POSSIBLE.

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One response to “THE PERFECT MOMENT IS NOW

  1. Over the years, Richard, I found that stress is one of the most difficult aspects of our career or personal life to effectively deal with and I personally was guilty of procrastination. Most of us are probably guilty of putting things off to another day. Before we know it though, those things which have a deadline are all piled up together and we are in panic mode to complete what we need to.

    Putting things off leads to that awful feeling of stress or anxiety and in turn we are less capable of critical focus and miss out on opportunity because of tasks poorly performed. It takes discipline but as the saying goes…carpe diem (seize the moment/day) and choose NOW to get things done. It truly takes a lot of pressure off our daily lives if we stay on top of the to-do list consistently…and the results of what we do our most often better as a result.

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