The story of the married man having an affair who is waiting for the right time to tell his wife that he is going to leave her, is as old as the hills. The time is never right, is it? It may be caused by fear, by a desire not to hurt, by procrastination, and a host of other reasons.
But what about the right time to start going back to university? Or to start a new business? Or to tell someone you love them? Or to start losing weight or going to the gym? Or to start eating healthy food, or to start enriching your vocabulary? What about the right time to tell someone you are sorry, or to forgive?
And what about the right time to start making some inroads on your bucket list: learning how to play the piano, trekking across Mongolia, white-water rafting in Costa Rica, saving money to be able to do any of those things? What about the right time to propose, to take singing lessons or to run a marathon?
And when is the right time to start spending more time with your family, to make the weekly call to your parents who live in a distant city or to teach your son how to play football?
Napoleon Hill wrote: "Don't wait. The time will never be just right." and nothing could be more true than that. The time will never be just right. But if you don't start today, another day of your life is gone in this process of looking for the right time. Another day in the life of the person you wish to speak to or spend more time with is gone, or another day towards the goal to which you aspire is also gone. You simply need to get out there and start. Take the first step. Just do it. Get yourself going in the right direction. And doing that, you will make it the right time.
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From the Description of Rewiring the Soul on Amazon:
Ask anyone, whatever their circumstances, if their life is vibrant, fulfilling, harmonious and happy. An honest reply is likely to be 'no', because to answer a truthful 'yes' is no mean feat. Only to grow psychologically and emotionally is not enough. And only to grow spiritually is not enough either. All three dimensions need to be developed in order to realize your full potential. If you are willing to assume total responsibility for the self and to start what is an on-going journey, you will quickly begin to glimpse the first fruits of the ultimate goal: inner well-being, freedom, peace, harmony and joy. This book sets out the pathway to self-mastery and self-discovery and walking that pathway will be the most exciting adventure of your life.