Have you ever found yourself waiting for others to get things done together? How much of your time was spent doing this? Can you count the times? Could it be more than what you think it is? Or all your life?
What have you been waiting for? In my young adult years, I was constantly waiting for things to happen for me. This presented a lot of constraints and loss of time. It was not a situation where I had an excessive need to belong but felt it was necessary to have some downtime. I might have also ignored many things that could have been done to take the place of this extra time but completely ignored it. In time I learn from the best. Life.
Waiting for a sign, an opportunity that will pass through your fingers and slip away just because you don’t have a mind that is present, or when the moment feels good, a better future, the lottery. I’ll tell you this, those things aren’t coming. Stop dreaming and start pursuing what’s best for you. Stop wasting time!
“It’s not that we have little time, but more that we waste a good deal of it.”Seneca
Below I share with you 7 things you should stop waiting for.
- Stop waiting for a job you’re not ready/suitable for
- Stop waiting for friends to hang out with
- Stop waiting for the right time to start learning a new skill
- Stop waiting for the right time live your life the way you think it should be
- Stop waiting for the right time to show off your creativity
- Stop waiting for the perfect time to plan your future
- Stop waiting for others to save you
- Stop waiting for December 31 to make that resolution
None of us has complete control over our life. However, we have the power to let go of things that is of no value to us. We can easily become caught up in this chaotic world.
Aim for higher heights. Explore new and empowering things in life. Strive to live your life at a higher level and be the best you can be.
Deliberately set your intentions and everything will become clearer to you. Prepare yourself for when the moment arrives and while you are at it grab a cup of …
“In order to write about life first, you must live it.”Ernest Hemingway