What if?

How long will it take for you to realize your potential?

  1. Today?
  2. Tomorrow?
  3. Next week?
  4. Next month?
  5. Next year?

When will you finally act on those dreams of yours?

What if you would have applied for that job?
What if you said “yes,” to that date?
What if you got back up when things got difficult?
What if you had stayed committed to your fitness plan?

“What if,” doesn’t exist because you never moved when it was required. “Oh but it’s not that easy.” I hate to break it to you but yes, it is that easy. All you have to do is decide.

Decide to:

  • Apply for that job even if you don’t believe you’re qualified. No one gets hired for not showing up.
  • Go on that date. She/he might but what you’ve been looking for. You’ll never find out if you’re hiding in your safe place.
  • Get back up and try again.
  • Push through your workout plan when you want to quit. You’re already in pain so you might as well get a reward for it.

If you’re going to ask “What if,” questions, make sure they are setting you up to win. You can ask this question constructively. For instance, What if you never read this? Would you still want to change the way you think?

The choice is up to. What are you going to do with the time you have left?

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