Another month is coming to an end. It’s hard to believe we’re now only two months from another new year! Do you realize we’re closer now to the year 2045 than we are to Y2K? Where has the time gone?
No doubt, time flies which should be motivation enough to get things done. We must.
Yes, we must and as a reminder, today I’m sharing an article with the same words – we must – that had been published here at Acceler8Success Cafe earlier this year. Sharing it today, I hope it provides some motivation, and realization that we must be proactive in order to survive, get beyond survival, and thrive once again. We must stop spinning our wheels.
Quite a few things, as we once knew them, have changed. And so, we must embrace change. We must change. Yes, we must.
The past 2+ years have seen many scrambling to fight off challenge after challenge. Accordingly, actions have been mostly reactive. To many, it’s been a shear, exhausting act of survival.
Well, it’s time to make the complete shift back to being proactive.
If it’s a pivot to move forward in what may be a new normal, we must accept it. If it’s a drastic change that is required, we must act on it. If it’s a new direction that is inevitable, we must move toward it.
We must get back to playing to win as opposed to playing not to lose.
Even in the face of failure, we must dust off dreams that have been cast aside. We must pursue them once again. We must do so with purpose and conviction.
We must overcome negativity with a positive mindset. We must explore possibilities. We must capitalize on opportunities.
Life as we once knew it has changed. We must realize it for what it is. We must deal with it. We must adapt. We must take action.
We must act swiftly. We must act decisively. We must do so with aggressive plans to not only survive, but to thrive. We must accelerate success.
We must make it happen. We must make it count. Yes, we must!
Help is just a message, call, email or text away!
The future may be a bit bumpy for some, more so for others. Knowing who to turn to and when to turn to for guidance and help is important. Having resources at your disposal is also important.
So, if you and when you hit a wall, for whatever reason, please feel free to reach out to me for assistance or even if you just need someone to talk to. Please do not hesitate.
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Have a great weekend. Make it happen. Make it count!