Have you been in a “rat race” about life? Scrambling to get things done? Is it possible that you have bought into the idea that you have limited time to accomplish your goal? Are you considering age as a barrier or finish line?
You find yourself soaking in the idea that your life isn’t grand because you didn’t get an early start. Stop it!! There is no manual to this thing called life. As cliché’ as it may sound, timing is definitely everything. What’s for you, is for you. There’s no such thing as doing life “backwards.” The steps you choose to take may not be the same as the next person. Keep an open-mind that your life is uniquely made for you.
If that’s the case, what comes next? Define your purpose. This is something that you are passionate about, determined to succeed in, and why you are here. These should be things that you most desire such as starting a new career, furthering your education, starting a business, or building healthy relationships. Be strategic in your planning. Prioritize. Put those thoughts and ideas into perspective and what you believe should come first. Make a plan. Write down your vision and map out how you plan to accomplish your goals, then execute your plan! At this point it’s time to put your plan to action. Stay focused. Take advantage of each day and use it as an opportunity to move forward. When you find yourself feeling defeated, because you haven’t accomplished your goals, it’s okay! Chin up, it’s not too late!!!
It’s never too late to start something new, to do all those things that you’ve been longing to do. – Dallas Clayton
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