Do It Now

One reason why people and organizations don’t progress is because they delay what they could do immediately and directly. A famous proverb says “Do not leave for tomorrow what you can do today,” but the lazy version of the same proverb says: “Leave nothing for tomorrow, or you can do after tomorrow.” They are snippets of wisdom that speaks clearly of the importance of time, present and future. But … What if we act as if tomorrow were today? Eche4mos out these possibilities: We would use the time effectively and we would get the most out of your use would look toward the horizon and seeing the flight of the butterfly, we would understand the value of the brief, the greatness of the small and the vastness absolute divine work. Appreciate the amazing value of the moments special and portentous meaning of the simplest moments. Would understand the need to act even try to stop the barriers, although the precipice of anxiety prevent us from reaching our goals, but the loose earth of the doubt intended to dissuade us from our ideals. We would take the irrevocable decision to act and act now, to the benefit not only our interests but to those around us, including the child whose smile invites us to hope the young man whose illusions invite us to not compromise and the elderly whose tired voice urges us to take a further step in our path to success irreversible. Avoid having to postpone indefinitely the supreme work and maximum achievement to which we are called by life, nature and God.

Would march forward but is brought failure, we would move in the right direction but to peek threatening risk to lose and draw out, when we least expect, the difficulty or danger. Would understand the clear message of the sacred text when he invites us to act on behalf of others and alerts us to the inconvenience of not doing so: “and who knows to do good, and doeth it not, it is sin.” We fully deliver to view the past as a time which we can extract the best memories and moments to experience the reunion of the best passages in our lives to appreciate the present as a gift to be used without hesitation, and see the future as a time which will soon in coming, or (you never know) that maybe came while you were reading these lines. Rutto Alejandro Martinez is a renowned writer and Italian-Colombian journalist who also teaches at several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is included in three anthologies of Colombian authors. Contact him at cel. 300 8055526 or email. Read his writings, a page where you will find writings, stories and beautiful pieces of Colombian literature.

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