An excerpt from Zen Habits:
All we have is this second, and at any given point, it can all end.
So I ask this: ‘Why are we so often caught up in worrying about the future? Why don’t we focus on the now and be deliberate with our actions?’
It’s easy to avoid dealing with the current moment, and putting it off to get lost in time-wasting tasks that aren’t serving us.
However this will never get us the results we want.
So how does one normally reach a goal?
It’s simple. You decide what needs to happen, and then work backward, determining the actions necessary to succeed.
But simple is not always easy.
Following price either up or down as your decision-making criteria? Easy or hard–your choice!