This is a lesson, I learned the hard way. My wife and I of 18 years were having some problems, that we were refusing to work out. In 2016, she unfortunately got sick and died. Co
nsequently, we never gave ourselves the opportunity to fix what we broken. I do know that we both attempted the day before she died.
Listen she was in a COMA, had a brain-cap on (because she went w/o air in an earlier medical issue, while dealing with her present sickness), was on full dialysis and had a coloscopy bag, she was on Demerol for the pain and had a blood pressure pressor to regulate her blood pressure (which was the actual cause of death, aided by her 40 day bout with this illness, in general.)
we are so thinking that tomorrow will always come for us, always realizing that it may not, but never accepting the fact that it could happen. I am saying all this to say that, I encourage everybody to pursue your goals and go after your dreams, because you never when your last day is. Live every day like it is the last, as fuel to move forward with your dream.
Lior Gantz, penned a excellent article, in Wealth Management Group. He reiterates many of Napoleon Hill's principals from Think and Grow Rich. Gantz focuses on three very crucial aspects that will force a person to have a "DO IT NOW MENTALITY". He states,
"1. Take the time now to create a definite goal in the following fields: health, family, business, friends, hobbies.
2. Write that plan, and begin to contemplate what actions must be taken immediately.
3. Go forward with all the resolve you can find within."
Please remember that no-one is promised tomorrow. Your desire is to live up to your full potential. You are in a quest to