I’m Not Ready Yet / When I’m Ready

by Robin Elliott on September 5, 2014


Napoleon Hill said more men were destroyed and futures lost through illicit sex. I think the “I’m not ready yet” response to life’s challenges, opportunities, and solutions runs a very close second. Ayn Rand put it this way: “I can accept anything, except what seems to be the easiest for most people: the half-way, the almost, the just-about, the in-between.”

I have seen people lose fortunes and relationships and often live in regret for the rest of their lives because of the “I’m not ready yet” excuse. See the lyrics and listen to “In the Living Years” by Mike and the Mechanics below about a son who held back until his father died and it was too late.

From a business perspective, while we are all familiar with the real estate slogan, “Location, location, location,” in business, it’s often “ Timing, timing, timing,” and he who hesitates is lost. You snooze, you lose.

Conrad Hilton made his fortune buying hotels and land during the Great Depression in America. Smart entrepreneurs are setting themselves up to do this during the coming unrest and very probable hyperinflation in America by acquiring the kind of gold that cannot be seized by their government as has happened before. And even if we miraculously escape this consequence of reckless spending, these people are creating incomes of 500 to $5,000 per week within twelves weeks for the early adopters.

This is the time of year when people get laid off at their jobs and adopt a serious attitude towards making money by Christmas. You can benefit from this perfect timing.

Fear and trembling have to be overcome in order to seize the day, to face the challenge, to step up to the line, to confront the issues, or the window of opportunity will slam shut on one’s nicotine stained fingers.

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