These six words hit me last night in my sleep some time around 3 a.m. They woke me up, and I began to reflect on the validity of these three options.
We are always thinking to ourselves…about how things could be, might be, should be. When alone we can even hear ourselves talking about what we would do if we hit the lottery. If only …
Without any degree of research on this subject I am willing to wager that 98.65% of people in America who are currently in position to “fog a mirror” fall into the first two categories.
Then come the “Doers.” This is that small group of people who are not afraid to fail, try, experiment, laugh, learn and live. This is a small group of people who endorse the protocol of “Ready. Fire. Aim.” These are the people who actually die with a smile on their faces with little or no sign of regret or remorse.
I am not suggesting or recommending that you refrain from thinking, or talking yourself through individual scenarios. These are true indicators of intelligence. I am implying that the clock is ticking, and it is high-time for a little more “do.”
While I have a few more words before filling up this column, I would like to extend to you one final reminder. What you don’t want at the end of your trail is to hear the words, “I should have.”
There are three more words that I never want to hear: “It’s too late.” Collectively, these six words represent the kiss of death. They just do not have to be said.
This week, and for the rest of the time you have to sculpt a life worth living, go out and do something.
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