Take The Time

We always complain that there is just never enough time to do all the things that we want to do. Am I right or am I right? We do, however, tend to “make” time for the things that are important to us. We go about our days and finish the things we “have” to do and then we do the things that we “want” to do. This is the same no matter how much or little money you have, how old or young, it just doesn’t change.

Important or Not

Those folks who still have jobs and have to report to work every day, well, it is something that they “have’ to do, so they do. After the obligation of the job, there are chores around the house that need to be done and those to “have” to be done (or at least the “should” be done). After all the things are done that “have” to be done, what is the most important things on the list? Is hanging out with buddies or watching a little tube? How about just a little chill time?

While all of these things are enjoyable and fun and what we would rather be doing, shouldn’t it be more important to build a better tomorrow in order to give us better options. I mean, if you didn’t “have” to go to work for that company again, wouldn’t that be nice? If you could sleep until you wake up, not be woke up by that ever annoying alarm clock, and then drink a cup of coffee and turn your computer on and work from home in your pajamas (whatever they may be), wouldn’t that be a nice change?

The thing is, in order to have that different result, you “need” to start doing things differently now. So, is it important to you to have a better tomorrow or are you simply content doing the same thing you have been doing?

Making The Shift

Making the shift to be able to have a better tomorrow is not a little thing and needs to be taken seriously. You don’t just wake up one day and decide that you are going to have a different outcome unless you have begun having a different input. It is imperative to understand that the shift begins internally, inside your mind with your thoughts first and foremost. You begin thinking different thoughts, thoughts about how you would enjoy the time freedom that this new tomorrow would afford you. You start thinking about how you could jockey your schedule around to start to be able to facilitate that to happen.

After the shift in thinking has run its course, and it takes longer for some than others, you will begin to notice that your actions are following your thoughts. You may begin to not watch as much TV or just hang out. You will likely have already been talking to your friends about these thoughts that you have been having. Maybe they have been on board or maybe they have ridiculed the idea. Whichever, it really doesn’t matter, you are doing this for you anyway, not for them.

Once your thoughts have begun to spring into action, then you are primed for the new beginnings and brighter possibilities. You are well on your way.

New Ideas, New Possibilities

You will come alive with new ideas and the possibilities will seem endless. The excitement of what this could mean to you will power you into longer nights and give you what feels like endless energy. The ideas that you have will be good, bad, some ugly even, but the fact that your mind will jump alive with the boundless possibilities is so intoxicating that you may even feel drunk at times.

I know that during this stage, I was like a much younger version of myself, I had one idea after another and there was a period that it felt as though it was never going to end, and I was quite alright with that. But they do say that all good things must come to an end, it does hold true with this.

The Reality Of It All

The excitement gets dulled by the amount of time it takes to accomplish the goals you have in mind. As the days turn into weeks and the weeks to months, you begin to feel as though you just aren’t cut out for this kind of thing. Maybe you aren’t, but I know countless others who have, by sticking to it, turned the dream into a reality.

You will not be an overnight billionaire. You will not be an overnight millionaire, you may not even make a single dollar for several months, but when you do. Wow, when you do, well it gets that spark going again and you start having ideas again, you begin to feel like you did at the beginning and then, well my friend, then you begin to scale and improve and increase. The possibilities really are endless, the sky is the limit. You are the only person who can stop you from succeeding.

Take The Time vs. Make The Time

You take time for what you feel like doing. You “make” time for what is really important to you. You have to decide if having more possibilities is important to you or not. You are the only person who can answer that question.

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