Here’s an old saying I really dislike: “Better late than never.”
Let me explain.
Over the last month I’ve been teaching a channeling course online to my students in Japan.
I’m enjoying it. It’s interesting. It’s fun.
And my workshop participants are enjoying it, too.
I’ve been channeling for more than 20 years for myself and clients.
And of course, I used channeling to create my course on channeling!
So, why did I wait so long to create and deliver this kind of training program to help others?
Why the hesitation? Why the procrastination?
Well, there’s not enough space on this site to answer that question adequately.
Plus, it’s boring.
More importantly, it doesn’t matter one bit.
What matters is that I’m doing it now.
It’s never too late to make a change.
It’s never too late to start something new.
My mentor used to say, “Everything you’ve done up until this moment means nothing.”
It sounds harsh but I understand the truth in his words.
Here’s what’s most important:
- Who you’re choosing to be in this moment
- And what you’re choosing to do moving forward from now
“Better NOW than never” is so much more meaningful (and helpful) than the old cliché.
Because it’s never too late.