How do you see this? I want your input!

November 17, 2006          Comments (5)

opportunityisnowhere

Either you saw it as opportunity is no where or (hopefully) opportunity is now here!

We can wait and wait and wait until it’s the perfect time no matter what our dreams are. There is never a perfect time. There never will be. Now is the time.

Every day people are making the best of their life. They see opportunity no matter where they are and are going after their dreams no matter what their situation, circumstance or fear.

These poor quality pictures were taken yesterday. Both on my way home from work. The first picture is of a break dancing team that managed to get over 150 people to stop in their tracks. And then got those people to give them a dollar or two. They were amazing.

The second picture is of a band. About 50 people were watching this band. And paid to do so.

Both of these groups are going after it. They want it. Whether they have nothing to lose or need the money, they are making the best of their current surroundings. Are you?

Opportunity is now here!

Here’s my question to you. I want you to fantasize a little. Day dream for a few minutes…

What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?

Let me hear it.

For all who say, “Exactly what I’m doing right now!” I admire you.

I’ll be there soon enough. And hopefully, we all will!



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5 Comments »

  1. I would be a movie director.

    Comment by Elliot Ross — November 17, 2006 @ 11:41 am

  2. I would start my own company, but I am not sure what kind of company at this stage in my life. I just want to be rich oneday, and be able to oversee my moneymaker.

    Comment by Bill — November 17, 2006 @ 11:41 am

  3. I’m not sure if this truely answers the question…but I want to have a job where I have the opportunity to fail or succeed. I need a job where the effort I put forth corresponds with what compensation(whether that be monetary, recognition, or self accomplishment) I take from job.

    Comment by Jack — November 17, 2006 @ 12:48 pm

  4. While pondering my life-long dreams, I would probably take some time for myself. I would be jobless of course and so would take up a few good books and read them in the park on a crisp fall afternoon. My ADD would inevitably kick in around 12:30pm both from the hunger and my leg falling asleep from sitting in one spot too long. Some people-watching might have to ensue at this point (that could be a good plan – professional people-watcher…um stalker?) Ok, so now after a good couple hours have passed, I would eat lunch – which I would have cooked by following the directions from a foodnerwork show (the only reason to have cable – well that and Discovery Health). It would definitely be something very flavorful and possibly fatty, which would be alright because I would be going to the gym for a couple hours every day and not having any excuse not to go (who am I kidding? I am only the best rationalizer/liar to myself I know.) Anyway…I’ve read, I’ve stalked, ate and gymmed. Now what? Now its about 5 or so I guess – now I can hit up a few museums and and go people-watch some more at B&N. And to finish off my day, I could have plenty of time to catch up with friends in the evenings over a bottle of wine and good food. Sounds like a plan, eh? Well this would be great for a while, but I would get bored and so to break things up I’d need to get a job or something – maybe one where I could work on my own terms.

    I would be a doctor (since i could not fail), psychologist, architect, painter or dog groomer.

    Comment by Vicky — November 17, 2006 @ 1:01 pm

  5. Oh i forgot interior designer…

    Comment by Vicky — November 17, 2006 @ 1:02 pm

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