Saturday, April 26, 2014

Do It Now

When people ask me how I manage to get so many things done, the simple answer is that I do things "now".  It's not a fancy philosophy, just practical. Even if I tell myself I only need to start the project or whatever it is, by the time I get going on it, the momentum usually carries me through, right then, to finishing.

The follow blog says the same thing, just in different words:

The right moment

You might be waiting for things to settle down. For the kids to be old enough, for work to calm down, for the economy to recover, for the weather to cooperate, for your bad back to let up just a little...
The thing is, people who make a difference never wait for just the right time. They know that it will never arrive.
Instead, they make their ruckus when they are short of sleep, out of money, hungry, in the middle of a domestic mess and during a blizzard. Whenever.
As long as whenever is now.  

http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2014/04/the-right-moment.html?utm_source=The+Other+Side+of+Complexity+-+Blog+Updates&utm_campaign=92c4cfdb72-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_74c4063970-92c4cfdb72-96885493

So here is to NOW (and I don't mean the National Organization for Women....that's a different topic, different blog).




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