I've run, I've been
Plan, plan, and plan some more to execute all these GREAT GRAND plans when I finally get it "right"
But I guess, after all of this "planning" I've realised that I'm still standing exactly where I was.
Life hasn't exactly been peachy but I think through it all, I've learnt a thing or two.
You can't be constantly planning, wait scratch that; sure, you can plan but make sure you're not just stuck in the [planning in progress] phase because unfortunately, life doesn't wait for you to be "ready" to move on.
There really isn't a perfect timing to do, execute something; YOU just have to feel ready in the moment.
Treat it like a snake and ladder board, roll the dice and allow for it to take you on a roller coaster where at any accidental wrong roll of a dice you could spiral down what people may consider "failure" but know that you're only another roll away from picking yourself right back up.
You don't always have to be "ready" to do something, you just have to go for it and allow for life to play out organically.
All you can really "plan" for is how to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances that life may throw at you along the way; WHEN IT HAPPENS.
You may be finally ready to do something and realise you've missed the entire opportunity window; don't let that beat you down. you've merely fallen back a few steps on the board, be brave enough to roll the dice again to power forward.
You may be one that is always up for challenges and continually ready to move along faster than life has plan for you, and that's great but when you inevitably have to fall down the snake, don't let it cripple you.
Be brave enough to try, experience and let life surprise you.