One day you will wonder what was so important that you put off doing the most important things. Someday can be a thief in the night. | Deborah Brown
Have you ever said, “Someday I’m going to…?” Do you remember what was at the end of that statement? Maybe you dreamed about starting your own business, writing a book, traveling, going back to school, or relaxing with a cup of great coffee and wonderful friends. Though we all aren’t dreamers, we all dream. So, what happened on the way to your someday?
Your someday could be connected to the inner drives and passions that motivate you and bring out your best. Remembering your someday statement might help unlock your why and get you on the right path headed in the right direction. Your someday probably isn’t a momentary interest because it has stood the test of time. It resonates with your soul and makes your eyes sparkle when you talk about it. When you replay the image in your mind, you see the best possible you.
No matter how young or old you are, you can’t ignore your someday statement. It developed at a time when you thought anything was possible. It was fueled by your belief that you could accomplish anything you set out to do. It was more than wishful thinking; it was a vision that still can become a reality.
It’s not too late for your someday. In fact, now might be the perfect time for it. You might be going through a struggle right now. You have tried different jobs, but they leave you empty and frustrated. Rather than do what you’ve always done and hope it turns out differently this time, why not give your someday statement a try? You might discover exactly what you’ve been looking for all along. Think about it.
What is your someday statement? What will it take to bring it to life?