Morning Cup of Joe – The Right Time

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Some people walk around as if they have all the time in the world. As soon as the sound of the blaring alarm clock wakes you, you hesitantly drag yourself out of bed; which typically happens after you’ve pressed the snooze button a dozen or so times. You unenthusiastically embrace a day that you expect to respond to you positively. That’s sort of like expecting to win the lottery but you haven’t even purchased a ticket.

The promise in a day is determined by the promise you make to ensure that every second counts. Adjust your attitude in such a way that you begin to understand that each day you are promised may be the last day you are afforded the opportunity to get closer to your dreams and in many cases accomplishing it. It is my belief that we make time for things that are important to us. Accomplishing your dreams is your responsibility. If you are serious about being great, prove it by investing time toward it each and every day.

As it relates to your dreams and goals; time is of the essence. My life experience has taught me to expect miracles yet work diligently towards creating them. Miracles happen when God sees our commitment towards ensuring that the miracles come to pass. It is not enough to hope and pray for a miracle, you must also act and assist in the creation of them. In my life, I regard the miracles that have occurred as a combination between my own efforts and God giving me a little push. You can’t expect a miracle if you are not willing to put in the necessary time it takes to see one. While miracles do happen, they happen for those who aren’t afraid to use their time wisely.

It’s time to stop expecting that each day is inevitable and start working as if each day is your last.

To The Top!
Joe Paul

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