From John Jantsch:
I’ve come to understand that if there’s no tinge chaos, no doubt about what’s going on around me, no lingering sense of unknown – nothing magical will happen.
My best work, I’ve discovered, is to construct questions – not to have all the answers.
We always try to wait until we are sure, until we are ready, until the time is right. The thing is, we are never sure, never ready and the time is never going to be perfect. If you want to make something magical as John suggests, you are going to have to stare uncertainty in the face and jump in against all odds.
Take the time to plan, take the time to get it right, just don’t ever let yourself wait until it is too late to do anything at all. Magical or otherwise…