Do you want to make a difference? YES.
Do you want to live a life that counts? YES.
Do you want to live a life that matters? YES.
THEN, what life are you waiting for?
We have one life to live.
Are you living in the “tomorrow” syndrome?
Tomorrow , I will start training…
Tomorrow my diet will begin.
Tomorrow comes and we say once again putting off today…”Well, tomorrow I will…”
Are you living with the “next year” disorder?
When next years wrestling season begins,
When I graduate, When I get married, after I have kids, when the kids finish college, when I get the next raise or promotion, after the mortgage is paid off…
Each year you say “next year” I will be happy. “Next year” I will be all in.
There are a lot of people who are asleep throughout the present, waiting for the day — someday — when they can start living the life God intended. The problem is that the day never comes. Often people are waiting for tomorrow or next year’s dream to find them, as if it will just magically drop in their laps.
One day you wake up and realize you missed the present opportunities that had been before you each and every day. You missed the only time you had in your hands to tend to with focus and care. And tomorrow’s vision or the next year dream is never realized.
What life are you waiting for?
What are we waiting for?
Tomorrow? Next year? lottery? Retirement?
This is the only time you have in history when you get to engage in the fight.
Your destiny is determined by choice, not by chance!
- This is a limited window of opportunity.
- Fight the good fight!
- Fight with all you are worth!
- Are you waiting for another life to fight with boldness and courage?
- Fighting the fight requires daring decision-making today in the present.
- Can you lay it all on the line?
This is your one and only life! This is your only moment in human history.
Audaciously, live life bravely moment by moment in the present. Drown out the unnerving whispers of fear with taking bold, daring, courageous steps of faith and risk today.
Mark Twain wrote:
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
This is your time! This is your day! Make the most of it.