For so much of our lives we are told to take our time; hold off for a while; wait until the time is right and the list goes on. Do you ever notice that those who tell you to wait are almost always the people filled with REGRET?
In my #takeaction campaign that I have been circulating over the last fortnight I have focused on assisting individuals to take their intentions and ambitions, and substitute them with reality - action. There will never be 'enough time' to do those things you always wanted to when you aren't alive, and we can't live to one day announce that we'll make a bucket list, we have to make our lifetime the bucket-list.
Bucket lists only appear for people who didn't take action in the time they were given. There isn't going to be someone telling you on your last day alive that you should've done things differently, you need to figure that out yourself.
In Episode 7 of #AskTR I urged everyone watching to take action instead of remaining idle. In Episode 8 of #AskTR I went a step further in explaining that 'Everything Involves The Work'.
No one can afford to waste or spend towards any asset in their life, however only a small percentage of people will understand this. I commented in Episode 8 of #AskTR; "We need to be treating our time the same as our finances". To highlight the importance of investing over spending, I stated that "if people treated time as they did their finance, they would be able to grow their capital substantially."
Let me be clear: When I understood that certain things, people, obligations and tasks didn't give me the ROI I demanded, I cut it out of my life. This not only allowed me to reallocate my time, capital, energy and efforts into other investments in my life, as it further gave me the ability to grow and develop as a person.
It's time to take action whether it is cutting something out of your life, or building something new. When we may believe things are falling apart, they may indeed be falling together. We need to go about our lives as our own largest competitor and we need to be the best version of ourselves - most importantly; remaining accountable at ALL times.
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