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At the End of the Day…

At the end of the day, any day, it is too late to do anything.

There are only two types of days; good days and any other days.

How often at the end of the day do you categorise your day into the "any other day" category and then think to yourself "tomorrow is another day", "tomorrow will be better", "tomorrow I will give it another go".

Let's go back to the beginning. In truth there are only two types of days, and guess what "tomorrow" is not one of them.

At the end of the day you either decide you had a good day or you did not. Tomorrow has nothing to do with it.

  • Can you see tomorrow?
  • Can you touch it?
  • Can you feel it?
  • Can you go there (like you would to the cinema and watch the movie), see what's happening and come back?

No, you can't!

There is no tomorrow! Tomorrow does not exist. And everything that you have planned for yourself - it will not happen if you put it in this box labeled “tomorrow”.

All you have is today. So why don't you use it?

Make your day great before it starts.

Instead of "at the end of the day" thinking - ask yourself "how will I make my day good?"

Before doing anything, before making any decision, before all your choices, ask yourself

"What do I have to choose, what decisions do I have to make, to ensure that at the end of the day I can put this day into a "good day category?"

Think about making every day a good day at the beginning of it, not at the end, when there is nothing you can do to change anything.

Because if you don't, if you let it run on autopilot and if you have "let's see" attitude most of your days will fall into "any other day category".

Even if tomorrow existed - no amount of tomorrow's will ever change the day that you’re in right now.

Don’t waste todays for better tomorrows.

You can't fix a day that has already gone with “tomorrow” attitude, but you can make any day great when you apply yourself from the start.

Why wait until tomorrow to start building future?

Do not wait until “at the end of the day” to judge if you had a good day. Instead make every day a good day.

And I do not need to take any more of your time today... You should be gone from here by now anyway; to take care of your today.

David Hamman

David Hamman

Founder of #RippleClub & Business Coach, marketing and customer experience consultant

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