I used to say, “I don’t have a blog, yet.”
The word yet makes it sound as if it is actually going to happen.
I can’t use that sentence. I have a blog.
I use that word for anything that I am not that I would like to become.
Most of the time, when I use that word, I end up becoming what I wanted to become.
I’m not a bestselling author, yet. I’m not making money on eBay, yet. I don’t have hundreds of thousands of followers, yet.
Proclaim what you want to be. Add the word “yet” at the end of your sentence. Watch yourself end up becoming what you wanted to become.
Kathleen Ann Anderson says
Marc, a perfect way to look at life. You can, and you will. 🙂
Marc Guberti says
Thank you Kathleen. That means a lot to me.