“The time is now, the place is here. Stay in the present. You can do nothing to change the past, and the future will never come exactly as you plan or hope for.” ~ Dan Millman

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THINGS TO REMEMBER:

The past can’t be changed

Yes you can’t change the past. But you have NOW. NOW is the opportunity to make the past right don’t ruin it by thinking about the past.

“The time is now, the place is here. Stay in the present. You can do nothing to change the past, and the future will never come exactly as you plan or hope for.”

~ Dan Millman


You only fail if you quit

Success is not like a football game. It’s not a sports because in sports when time is up you are either a winner or a loser.Your dreams and goals have no time limit,you try and try again and again until you succeed.

Don’t give up on your power by just thinking you don’t have any


Sometimes “no” means “not right now”

If you want to be successful,’No means Not Now’ should be your number one principle. But also taking No for an answer doesn’t mean you should ignore reality. You just have to take no as a life setback which is not permanent that will push you to adjust your strategy and reboot your method and skills. Then your No will turn into your Yes.

Doors close so that the better ones can be opened

Do not focus your attention on the failure-the closed door, don’t be frustrated,as frustrations will take away your attention from the new door that is opening for you. It’s not going to be easy to move the attention from the loss but if you take it as a plot twist of your success story then you are going to make it.

14 thoughts on ““The time is now, the place is here. Stay in the present. You can do nothing to change the past, and the future will never come exactly as you plan or hope for.” ~ Dan Millman

  1. I agree with you. Doing not now seems to be an effective way of describing one’s present mind.
    Prioritizing the most important tasks to be accomplished now seem paramount.

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