We Make The Conditions Perfect

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Post Written By Eugene Morgan

Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect. — Alan Cohen

Waiting for the perfect condition is another excuse or distraction to keep us from doing what we may perceive to be a difficult task. If we perceive the task to be difficult, then we’re thinking too much about it.  Our thinking has been misdirected to something that is useless, and because it keeps us from moving forward. Instead, we ought to use our thinking while working on the task itself. We need our minds to see what works and what doesn’t work and then use what works to further our progress.  Just as Alan Cohen says in the above quote — the time we start is the time that the conditions begin to shape up into something we can work with. Seemingly, things begin to fall into place all by themselves after we begin.

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