I got up this morning and as usual walked my two miles and jogged back home. On my way, I met a very beautiful young woman who stopped me and complimented my shoes and my body. She went on to say that she sees me every single morning, and no matter the weather I have to run, walk, and jog. She said she was waiting for the right time to start working out. She said she planned to start at the right time to lose weight.
I held her hands and told her that there’s nothing like the right time to start doing the right things for our health, happiness and to get the best results. We only have time and we can make it either right or wrong. Nothing stops her from starting right now and there. That was how my new found friend joined me and she enjoyed the healthy walk and promised to join me tomorrow morning for the 2 miles walk, run and jogging.
Yes, there’s no right time, but TIME. All we have is time and what we choose to do with it. The TIME is now. Don’t ever think of giving up on your own plans, vision|goals because you think its not the best or the right time.
Don’t quit simply because it’s impossible to do it now. Maybe you just have to make the time right, and you will succeed. Don’t lose hope. You’re on the right track. At the RIGHT time and season, it will happen. So, the RIGHT time and season is when you identify, accept and ready to get it done.
Without actions dreams remain dreams and unaccomplished. For dreams to come true, you need to put in some work….ACTION! Stop waiting for the perfect time to execute that dream, act now.
Stop waiting for all the resources you need to accomplish that dream, begin with what you have. There is no such thing as a perfect time, now is the time. Lots of people are connected to that dream, don’t kill it with procrastination. Don’t send the destinies connected to you to a long wait, act now.
Equip yourself with the right knowledge, and get connected to the right people and begin. Don’t be scared to fail, it’s all in the process. When you do, get up, dust it off and keep moving forward.
Like I always say, with the right proportions of hardwork, persistence and grace you’ll definitely get there.
Remember to be VALUABLE and not always AVAILABLE.
Thanks to Dr. Sandra C. Duru, Anita Duru and Obinwa Amadiegwu for today’s SOUL TONIC.