Perfectly Imperfect Timing
Yesterday I made a big announcement on social media: I am launching a new company. More on the actual company later…
Some people who read my announcement asked how I have the time to launch a new venture with a baby on the way. It’s a fair question – and one I certainly asked myself: “Really Weed, is this such a good time?”
My answer: Oh hell yes.
Why? Because I gave up on the concept of perfect timing quite awhile ago. Now I have a trust in divine time – that things will happen when they are intended to, even when it seems inconvenient.
Is there something in your life you’ve been putting off for this reason? Maybe because the car broke down, or someone got sick, or you just got promoted at work, or there’s a big event coming up, or you’re waiting for the holidays to be over, or…GASP! Maybe these are just excuses to delay our own greatness?!!
When things flow, they flow…you can fight the tide or catch the wave. You know what this feels like. Evoso blasted off so fast and furious, I doubt I could stop this freight train if I tried. The weird thing is launching this new venture has been one of the easier things I’ve attempted in my ten years as a social entrepreneur. I have a theory as to why this is…
Following your path – even when it’s challenging – is a whole lot easier than forcing something that isn’t meant to be.
Yeah, I can barely fit through doorways and meetings are constantly cut short due to my embarrassingly tiny bladder…but surfs up dude, this wave is killer!
Benjamin Franklin once said, “You may delay, but time will not.”
Well said Ben. I agree – life is short – let’s do this.