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Hi, I'mKevin Shoffner

When will you be ready?

I always hear people say they are “ready” for a new challenge, job, etc. But I’ve realized over the years that “ready” is just a myth. You keep saying to yourself that

I’ll be ready soon

Telling yourself you will get it all figured out, and then you will start.
today-tomorrow

Note: I catch myself talking to myself about this all of the time; luckily I can remind myself to stop and realize…

There is never going to be a perfect time or place. Everything is not going to fall into place “automajically”, or have a magically neon light to go off to say “hey, it’s your time.”
If you are waiting on this, you will be waiting forever.  Don’t wait until you have found happiness before moving forward.

Take accountably for yourself, and make your own timeline. You don’t have to wait until you have it all figured out, because you will figure it out along the way. Heck, you are as ready now as you will ever be until you start doing whatever it is you want to do.

This takes courage to tell yourself and it is hard work, but that’s the point. It’s hard. It’s scary as hell. As hard as it is, the payoff and things you will learn along the way will be huge and so worth your efforts.

Time to go out and start your journey.

 

My journey of sharing some experiences with my followers and the world is about to start.  As I plan to remind myself there is no better time than now to start sharing, I hope somebody will find one of my future blog articles helpful or enlightening.

2 comments
  • Chelsea
    Chelsea | October 21, 2013

    Kevin! This pretty much sums up my day!!! ~ Food for thought, even when you think your ready for that next big thing…sometimes it doesn’t come along because there is still something left for you to learn~ Stay strong!

    • k.shoffner
      k.shoffner | October 25, 2013

      Thanks. I will be posting more on this type of topic, so I would recommend if you enjoyed this article to check back for additional conversations.

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