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Take Action Now and Don’t Wait for “Someday!” — 10 Comments

  1. I totally agree with ‘success can never happen without work.’ I like to think that I work very hard for what I earn but it’s all worth it in the end!

  2. Wow. This was a great post to read. I have found myself putting things off when I know I shouldn’t. It’s definitely time to take action.

  3. Thank you for such great advice. It’s true that “someday” may never come if you keep putting it off.

  4. This was great. I sometimes find myself in that “someday” mentality and it’s something I’ve been trying to break. Living in the moment and accomplishing things is my new mantra.

  5. I HATE when we talk about Someday at work. It makes me crazy! I am going to share this post with my team!

  6. Fantastic post! It is hard sometimes, because we all get in a rut. Just need to take the leap and just go for it.

  7. This is so true and something we have tried to instill in the kids as they grew up. One of our mantras is “Do Something”. Inaction is the enemy. 🙂

  8. As I continue to grow older, I find myself attaching more value to plans and family. Today is my ‘someday’ so I want to make the most of it.

  9. I have to keep telling myself this. I am doing the Dave Ramsey debt plan and I find it hard to want to come home from 9-10 hours at work and then blog too but the money is really good if I stay at it. FInding the motivation is a struggle but i can do anything for a season right?

  10. What a motivational post! I need to start taking actions on some of my goals. I keep saying I am going to pitch certain places for my blog and I never do because I am scared of rejection. As for larger tasks, I find little by little is the only way I get stuff accomplished!

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