By: Stefan Aarnio

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“A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed tomorrow!” General George S Patton


There once was a little old lady and a little old man about to be married at a church.


They had been together since they were young and loved each other very much.


The bride wore a beautiful white lace dress, but her beauty had faded long ago.


The groom wore a handsome tuxedo, but his vigor was long gone.


They had waited for the perfect time to get married, and now they were old and out of time. There was not much more life to live.


They wanted to get married when they were younger, but there were bills to pay.


He had to get his career together, she had to finish school. Then they had to save up for a house and of course, life got in the way!


There is never a perfect time to change your life. There is never a perfect time to start going to the gym, have a child or get married. There is always one more credit card to pay off, one more book to buy, one more course to take or maybe you will do it next month or next season.


“The road to someday leads to a town called nowhere” Tony Robbins


I wanted to start blogging again and had been successful in the past. Years ago I blogged every day for 120 days and saw wild success and exposure from simply writing something every day and publishing a good, but imperfect article.


“I want to start blogging again” I told my coach…


“So do it!” She said.


“But…” <<Insert crappy excuse here>>


I wanted to take a course on blogging, last time I had done it wrong. My blog was crude, but effective, this time I was going to do it right. It was going to be perfect.


“Don’t wait for things to be perfect! Start writing now! Build up a bank of articles and then publish them once you have the infrastructure ready!”


She was right… I was wrong.


I wanted perfection… she wanted action.


I listened to her and started to write every day. The bank is building, the pressure is building, the momentum is building and when the time is “good enough” not perfect, these blogs will be released to the world.


Someday this blog will be perfect.


As the famous Walt Disney song goes: Some day my prince will come…” but likely not.


My prince isn’t coming to save me and yours isn’t either…


Save yourself.


Respect The Grind,

Stefan Aarnio


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