I sincerely believe that it is far more beneficial and far less costly to help a child build confidence than it is to fix an adult who has little or none.

Next time

on May 21, 2015

How often have you said this phrase?  If you are a procrastinator, you have probably said it a million times.  I know I have.  “I’ll do this next week.  We will go there next summer.  I’ll buy it next time.  I’ll come to your next game.”  Of course, next time usually doesn’t come.  It is always in the future.

We get so busy filling our lives with work and activities that we often ignore what is most important – our families, our close friends and even our quiet time.

When you are constantly thinking that you can accomplish something next time, it causes problems in your life.   You are always late.  You don’t show up.  You miss opportunities.  You promise that it will be better next time, but it isn’t.  You disappoint people and it often results in damaged or broken relationships.

Instead of filling your life with unmet future promises, don’t wait until the next time.  Determine what is really important in your life and DO IT NOW.

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