Don’t wait 12 years. Please.
- Is your goal to have fun or win an award?
- I recorded an 11-second video 4 years ago that’s the foundation of my next book.
- Don’t wait 12 years. Please.
- It’s not only for you and your kids but your grandkids … and beyond.
- Is there anything possibly worse than not starting the project?
- Oops. That’s what I forgot: a story.
- The One Recipe Cookbook (and how to finish a project together with your kids)
- Best books for doing activities with your kids, creating family memories, and building relationships between parents and children
Please don’t wait 12 years.
It will be too late.
Seth Godin has a habit of writing a few sentences that hit home. Did I mention he writes Every Single Day? 😉
Twelve years from now, your future self is going to thank you for something you did today, for an asset you began to build, a habit you formed, a seed you planted.
Even if you’re not sure of where it will lead, today’s the day to begin. — Seth Godin, from his blog
I waited 10 years. Here’s a quick timeline:
- 2004: wrote a book,
- 2014: wrote next book.
What happened in between? Easy: nothing.
What’s most interesting about Seth’s post is this part:
your future self is going to thank you
We’re not talking about:
- The press,
- The Oscars,
- Your kids,
- Your spouse,
- Your fans,
- Your worldwide tour promoter.
We’re talking about:
- Your future self
- thanking you (that is, your present self).
It’s so simple. So powerful. So hard.
Yet so easy.
It begins with the first step.
In an absolutely blatant act of self-promotion, have a look at this:
What are you waiting for?
Please don’t wait 12 years. Your future self will thank your current self.