IF NOT NOW…WHEN?

Today’s “Triple P” post or positive post for the posse is about IF NOT NOW…WHEN?

I’m too old and ain’t got no time to waste on foolishness and nonsense. Hustlers, swindlers, and frauds are NOT in my life plan. Sometimes you have to stand up for yourself and simply say, “I ain’t gonna be nobody’s fool.”

Here are a few tips on how to maximize your time, and increase the likelihood of actually achieving your goals.

1). RAISE YOUR STANDARDS. If you have low standards, you will attract low people. You attract what you put into the universe. Watch your words and actions because you can lure misfortune on yourself. On the other hand, put positive energy out into the universe and you will entice positive vibes. NOTE: The more positive you become, the more negative some people will react towards you. Don’t worry because this is just the universe weeding out the haters.

2). SAY “NO” POLITELY. Beware of people who say “yes” to everything and everybody. These people pleasers will go to great lengths to please others to mask a variety of insecurities. These “get along” to “get along” people are dangerous in that they will never take a stand or position on anything the least bit controversial. They do this in order to be liked by all. Learn to say “no” politely to protect your valuable and precious time.

3). AVOID NASTY PEOPLE. Some people are just nasty. Yep…they are downright trashy in thinking and deed. I don’t like these people because they only care about themselves and never experience the joy and satisfaction of helping others. Ultimately, these people are limited in their achievements and success because God don’t like ugly behavior. Avoid negative nasty people like the Bubonic Plague.

TAKEAWAY: Life is exactly what you make it. Unexpected things happen to all of us, but so what, it’s called life. By raising your standards to the level of your expectations and beliefs, saying “no” to protect your most precious commodity-time, and avoiding nasty negative people, you can create the life of your dreams. Ask yourself the question, “If not now…when?”

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