In this post I want to talk to you about the concept of perfect timing. Perfect timing really doesn’t exist. A lot of times when you’re waiting on something to be perfect, waiting for all the ducks to be in a row, waiting on all the planets to be in alignment, and whatever else you’re waiting on, that time never happens. You could be missing out on a blessing or missing out on an opportunity because you’re waiting for a perfect situation before you take action.
Case in point, someone reached out to me recently about a business opportunity, and I said, “You know, I’m currently not active with that business opportunity, but I should be later on.” After I talked to him, I thought to myself, “Wait a minute. There’s no reason for me not to be involved with this thing now.”
I was waiting for a perfect opportunity. And there’s no such thing as a perfect opportunity. You can do whatever you want to do. Do what’s best for you and yours, but if it’s something that you really want, and you know it’s right there within reach, I would say, don’t waste a whole lot of time overthinking and waiting on the perfect situation. I went ahead and pulled the trigger. I went ahead and took action.
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There’s no perfect timing. It wasn’t a whole lot of sweat off my back to do what I did. Sometimes, we overthink a situation. “Well, what if this happens? Well, what if this happens?” Especially when it comes to spending money. We think, “What if this happens?” “What if that happens?” “What if I don’t have XYZ?”
The thing about worrying and fear, is that 90% of the time, those things never happen. The thing you think about rarely comes to pass. It’s all in our mind. So there’s no perfect timing. Think about something that you need to do and just go ahead and do it. Take an act of faith.
I listen to Steve Harvey pretty much every morning, Monday through Friday, and especially at six o’clock when he goes through his Morning Motivation. He talks about taking a leap. He always talks about jumping off the cliff and just having enough faith that your parachute is going to open. I believe my parachute is going to open. I have no doubt that my parachute is going to open.
He says, “Will you hit a cliff on the way down? Will you get cut sometimes?” Yes, but you’ve got to have that kind of faith and an understanding faith and knowing by having the expectation that your parachute is going to open.
So once again, there’s no perfect timing. Don’t keep waiting on everything to be perfect. Nothing’s ever perfect. There’s no such thing as perfect timing. Time is always in motion and it is not waiting on any man. There’s an old proverb, “Time waits for no man,” and that is the truth.
And if you think you’re an exception, think again.
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