One of the rarest phenomenons we experience is “good timing.”
With so many variables constantly in play, it’s nearly impossible for things to align and present an opportunity in an ideal time and space.
Opportunity brings risk, ambiguity, and an element of fear. It’s very easy and very tempting to write off opportunity by calling it “bad timing.”
But opportunity is fickle and opportunity is fleeting. If you recognize a good opportunity, you can remove the lens of bad timing and take the jump.
It’s important to remember that everything is temporary, and sometimes constraints are more perception than reality.
To grow and evolve, opportunity has to trump timing.