January 17, 2016

It’s NEVER the “right time” to do … anything worth doing. Do it anyway.

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“It’s not the right time …

… to start my business.

… to commit to a new fitness regime.

… to go for my Masters degree.

… to sign up for that super cool event.

… to take a life-changing sabbatical.

… to move to the city I want to live in.

… to get married.

… to have kids.”

Hotness? Guess what.

When it comes to taking a risk, making a move and creating what you crave …

It’s NEVER the “right time.”

It’s NEVER the “perfect moment.”

You’ll NEVER have “exactly enough” time, energy, or safety-cash socked away in the bank.

There will ALWAYS be at least one “perfectly good reason” to wait … just a little bit longer.

But the people who make things happen … who consistently create miracles … who DO instead of just dream … are the people who have learned to say the following words:

“The right time is NOW. Because I SAY SO.”

Whatever “perfectly good reasons” you have for waiting “just a little bit longer …” Acknowledge them. Honor them. And then let those suckers GO.

It’s NEVER the right time to do … anything worth doing.

Until it IS.

Because you SAY SO.

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P.S. I wanna see some ACTION. Get your bootie over to Facebook and tell me:
“Today is the RIGHT TIME to ______________. Because I SAY SO.”

P.P.S. If “making my coaching practice more profitable and amazing, and learning how to market myself!” is something you’ve been saving “for later,” girrrrrl. I got you covered.

There are a few spots left for CLEAR COACHES LIVE: my business-building workshop for professional coaches. It’s happening January 29-January 31 in my hometown, Savannah, GA.

It’s ALWAYS the right time to learn how to be a better coach and entrepreneur. Lock in your spot with a down payment of $495. All the details … are right over here.

XOXO,
Susan

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