Go!

Good afternoon all!

Hope you’re having a great day. I am. 

Today, Let’s Go!

Take the step. The first step that’s gonna take you to your destination. Not tomorrow. Not the day after. Today. 

Every time we want to do something, especially if it’s something special, we wait for the perfect time. We wait for the right time. There’s only one perfect time. And that is NOW! 

Stop procrastinating, thinking that you’ll get another golden chance. This is the moment that you’re living in, make the most out of it. 

I read a beautiful quote today, and I’m going to share my version of it,

“Don’t think about tomorrow;

Don’t think about next year;

Don’t think about the future;

Think about the moment you’re in. 

Think about these 24 hours and how to get where you want to be at the end of those 24 hours.”

And now something of my own,

“Just like the ocean is made up of small drops;

Our future is made up of the moments in our present. 

Make the most out of it; don’t lose a drop.”

Just go guys. What you want to achieve. Go ahead and take it. It’s waiting for you. Take a deep breath. Think about your goal. And then take  the step. 

The most important step is not your grand finish at the finish line; it’s the first step you take at the start. 

So  go ahead, take your step. 

Happy living, friends!

Abhay

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4 thoughts on “Go!

  1. Abhay you are right ” the first step” is the most difficult but most important in our life …. Because they start the journey towards success and future …..

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  2. Alright! Really hit the nail on its head. It’s tough to come up with ways to keep productive, on the fly. So much for all the insouciance, taking the first step in spite of all the resistance is the real deal. Most times procrastination is the product of our inability to develop renaissance in what we really want in the long run, and get caught up in the moment( what a paradox! getting caught up and living in the moment are two different things) until an epiphany hits and leaves us in compunction. The fear of failure to take a step forward stops us again the next time. Each step is new, different from the previous one, with different difficulty. That’s easy to forget. Just my two cents. Cheers!

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