Perfect timing

I have found that it’s futile to wait for a perfect time when all the stars are aligned. There will always be distractions competing for your attention. It remains hard to focus on the main thing.

However, the imperfect time should not stop us. As an athlete practices just as hard during the rain as on a day with perfect weather, so should we. The athlete practices to perform in all weather conditions, despite feeling less than perfect on many days.

I realize that the arena may be different, but the same holds true in other fields.


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