Riding the Wave

When things are in motion it is easier to keep them in motion. If you start something new it takes time to get things moving. So when you find yourself having momentum go all out and capitalize on it. Usually I go to sleep early and wake up early. However one night I continued working until 2 am and got things done that had been pending for quiet some time. I am sure if I had not capitalized on the momentum and completed these tasks it would have taken me much longer to complete them.

I learned that when you have momentum you want to go all out. Whether the momentum is in an idea or an insight, you want to act on it right away whether it is midnight or midday. Ideas come from higher sources and by acting on them right away you express gratitude for the blessing.

If you procrastinate, you lose the momentum and the intensity of the idea.
When you have momentum, you want to build on it. When you complete one sale, asking for another one is easier. If you have begun an exercise regime, continuing the program is easier. Beginning something new is harder. It requires much more energy and commitment. You have to work against the initial inertia.

Next time you have momentum in something, capitalize on it.

Momentum is like a rising ocean wave and like surfers, we must be learn to ride upon it, whenever the opportunity presents itself. The energy and momentum that come to you when a new or bright idea manifests in you can be the turning point in your life.

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