ZEN+ : Helping you Stay Young and Age Well

Your challenge, should you choose to accept it…

By Marcus Santer


Oddly enough my favourite quote from the week came in yesterday.

From inner circle ZEN Beast Paul.

Here’s the quote he sent:

“One lives in the naïve notion that later
there will be more room than in the entire past.”
Elias Canetti

Good isn’t it?

It speaks to the folly of putting ‘things’ off until some future time.

Now I’ve written a lot on the subject of time.

Here, here, here and here – to mention a few.

And I truly believe it’s the most precious commodity you possess.

But it is running out.

So my question to you is this:

“What are you putting off doing until some more opportune time?”


Okay, I’ll go first, then it’s your turn.

I love reading and I get to read a mountain of non-fiction on a regular basis and I’m in the process of writing my 8th non-fiction book.

But I’ve always preferred fiction.

And the big thing I keep putting off to some more opportune future time is writing a fiction book.

That’s something I want to achieve before my expiry date.

So that’s me.

What about you?

Why not spend a few minutes before you get on with the rest of your day answering this question?

“What are you putting off doing until some more opportune time?”

And when you’ve got an answer you could then move onto this question:

“What’s the smallest step you could take towards your thing you keep putting off?”

And then take it.

That’s your challenge for today, should you choose to accept it.

Right, I need to get the final edits done on August’s ZEN+ Journal.

This month it’s all about highly effective habit #5: Moving more and building strength.

You’ll also discover proof of the benefits of silence and why celebrities are bad for your health.

And if you’ve been putting off becoming a Journal Reader…

You can take care of that here.

Bye for now


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