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A painful lesson

I have always been of the opinion that if you don’t do what you are suppose to and make decisions at the opportune time, life will make that choice for you.

It’s one thing to make a decision and get results you didn’t desire, but when it is out of hands (after once being in your hands) it’s even worse. If you don’t have a plan or choose not to make choices, you then become susceptible to whatever.

Life’s single function is to ever evolve and if you are not evolving, then you are cocking up the one way system and that can’t happen. One way or another a decision must be made.

I have just finished reading ‘Who moved my Cheese’ by DR Spencer Johnson and the clearest message is that change is and will always be inevitable. Life gives you are certain amount of opportunities for you to affect change and or flow with it, before its says ‘do you know what? You’ve been mucking about for too long, here you go, deal with this’. For example, applying for a new job knowing that your contract is up soon, paying that bill, starting that business, making that important phone call, calling that family member.

If you don’t want to be subject to that then you must take control and make the decisions you know you should.

I have seen it happen many a time, where people are forced to deal with unwanted circumstances, because of the choices they failed to make, trust me, its sh*t.

Make the decisions whilst the power is still in your hands