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Take Your Time

With focus, it can be done.
If time is going to pass anyway, why not just do your your thing and be productive? 

Have you ever said, 'no I can't do that, because it takes too long?'  No matter how you slice it, time is not going to stand still for anybody. Why would we want it to anyway? Just think about where many of us could be now if we continued to save money, continued to eat right, continued to exercise, continued to study, continued to show up on time, or continued to have a positive attitude.

Our goals would have probably happened by now. 

If we didn't convince ourselves that it took too much time, more than likely: We would have quite a bit of money saved by now, be in much better shape today, have a degree or two at this time, have that promotion right now, or perhaps would have already been chosen to lead the team. Yet we stop and we give up, because it gets tedious, we're tired of the grind, or we could be doing something more fun. 

Time is with us, but it can and will be used against us.  

We have to be smarter when it comes to using our time. If not, 5, 10, 20 years pass and as we begin to think more and more we ask ourselves, 'why didn't I just keep going? I would have been done by now. What was I thinking?' If this scenario has played out in your mind, join the crowd. It's been the case with me too. And this is what I know:

It's never too late, we can start right now, because time waits for no one. 


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