Let’s play the “Not Now” game (did you start already?)

August 21, 2012

Ok, the object of the game is to notice how many times you think to yourself: “Not now.”

(Is that one already??)

So here we go…

Can you spend your days doing exactly what you love to do?

Do you have all the resources you need to feel happy and fulfilled?

Can you take a few minutes to visualize exactly what you want in your life?

(How’s it going so far? Are you noticing that you might say “Not now” to yourself a lot? Ok, let’s keep going…)

Can you set aside a few hours a week to do something JUST for you and the realization of your dreams?

Can you take some action on a big goal?

And finally…

Can you take 4 minutes to learn how you might change some of those answers to “I’m doing it already, every day!”

I think you get the point.

Lots of people have lots of reasons for saying “Not now” to their dreams…but really don’t have any idea of “Well, ok…WHEN?”

When left to our own devices, it’s really easy to makes excuses for putting our lives on hold.

We have “things to do”…”people to take care of”…”fires to put out.”

But you know, that’s most likely always going to be the case to some extent.

So are you going to let that stop you?

I mean really. Think about it. If you always say “Not Now”, then your dream life comes “never.”

I’m asking you to take 4 minutes to carefully consider what you can do differently and to ask for help while we are extending the invitation to help you personally craft your goals, and see them through.

Not later, but now.

If you’ve explored this in the past, but the timing wasn’t right – we’ve got some great news for you.


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