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HERE & NOW - Anichebe

You can't change your life. The life you've been given is all you've got in the real sense of it and then there is the after-life... (but that's another story, for another day)

So the only choice you really have is the power to change the situations surrounding your life — that's all the power you've got!

So focus on the now. Accept your life — whether or not you're jobless, broke, thin, fat, asthmatic, bow-legged, have a stammer or whatever unique situation you may find yourself. Realize that if those parameters of your life have been preset, then its all well & good.

Live each day moment by moment with intense focus on what you can do to better the situation now. Because doing the best you can at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment.

Not dwelling on yesterday, because then you're not focused on the present — you are moon-walking, and making no progress forward.

Not dwelling on tomorrow, because even then you can't focus on the present — you're sleep-walking.

Rather focus on what's in front of you - right now. Because time is an illusion and all you have is NOW.

— Ebuka J. Anichebe
Make Your Life a Blockbuster™
Business Coach | Teacher | Author.


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