Are you Mr. One Day?

You have a great idea and say to yourself, “That’s great. I’m going to make sure I do that ONE DAY.”

Do you ever sit around on a Friday night and think to yourself, “I should really go to that party tonight. Maybe I’ll go out tomorrow night instead.”

Are you Mr. One Day or Mr. Tomorrow?

We’ve all done it at some point in our lives. Years ago you had a business plan all mapped out, but you didn’t do anything about it. Suddenly you read in the newspaper about some guy that had the same idea and turned it into a Billion Dollar enterprise.

How many times have you seen a stock, and realized it was massively undervalued but didn’t buy any. You thought, “I’ll buy some next month. Maybe one day I’ll invest in that company.”

What happens?

You don’t do anything and three months later, the stock tripled in value. You look for reasons not to take action. You can’t afford that leather jacket that makes you look amazing. You don’t think it’s the right time to buy the dream home you’ve seen go up for sale.

The truth is, you’ll never take action when you’re thinking like this. You’re procrastinating and Mr. One Day is who you’ve become. How’s that working out for you?

How does it feel living the life of Mr. One Day? It’s frustrating isn’t it?

You sit around; you have all these goals and ambitions, but never do anything about them. The thing you need to realize is, procrastination can be dangerous. Think about this…

You’re overweight, and you say to yourself, “One day I’m going to lose this weight. One day I’m going to feel good about myself.”

The next thing you know you find yourself in hospital, old, broken down, and plugged into a heart monitor. The doctor tells you, you only have months to live. When the hell are you going to start living guys, because eventually you’re going to start running out of “one days.”

If you don’t think I’m right about the dangers of procrastination, spend a week talking to a bunch of old people. Ask them how many of them have lived life to the fullest. Ask them, whether there are things they wish they’d have done when they were younger. It will break your heart!

Here’s what I want you to do RIGHT NOW….

I want you to make a list of all the things you want to do “one day.” A lot of people did this after the movie “The Bucket List” came out. They made a list of everything they wanted to do after they watched the movie.

So let’s call this our “One day” list.

Write everything down. Whatever it might be. Have sex in an airplane, make $1M, drive a sports car, travel the world. Anything you’d love to do. It doesn’t matter how big your dreams and aspirations are. Start listing them from the smallest to the largest. Then I want you to start scratching something off this list at least once a week.

Even if it’s something as simple as, “Practice approaching 5 women this week.”

It’s time to stop procrastinating, and kill off Mr. One Day. He’s no good for you, and he can actually be pretty damn nasty. You need to become Mr. Right Now. You see, Mr. Right Now is the guy who gets the girls, Mr. Right Now is the guy that goes on vacations around the world, and Mr. Right Now is the one who lives the amazing lifestyle.

It’s time to start living, not one day, but TODAY!