Imagine all the things that could have been. Imagine all the things that could still be. If only we could just stop dreaming and start doing.
There’s not enough time in a day. It seems that way, but if we actually do an analysis of how we spend our days, we’d likely find that there’s plenty of time and we just misuse the precious time we have.
We haven’t enough money. But if we used our time more wisely we could find ways to easily generate more money. Also, if we analyzed the ways in which we spend the money that we make, we’d probably find that hundreds of dollars (at least) go to waste in some form or other, every month.
We don’t have enough energy to accomplish the things we wish. Except that the energy we possess is often misused to focus on the things that don’t matter again. That’s right, each decision to do something less important taxes our limited willpower until we have none left. At the end of the day, we (often) literally say we’re “throwing in the towel”. All in a day of work.
Our relationships are not good, but we neglect them nevertheless. Not the relationships with the people of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and so on. You know the relationships of the people who are right in front of our faces. Instead, let’s get lost in our devices and make a decision that this (ultimately) meaningless post is far more important than what our spouse just said.
I’m overweight and not fit, but not willing to give up the things that make me so.
At almost every turn we are our own worst enemies at times. We enable ourselves to complain, make excuses, and justify our actions.
Imagine, however, if we solved these relatively easy problems by just doing what we already know to do.
We could have everything we ever wanted if only we’d let ourselves.