So there I am, trotting down the streets of London, on my way to a restaurant that serves squirrel, when I realized I was out of pounds.
I saw a Barclay’s cash machine on the next corner (international traveler tip: cash machines often have the best exchange rates). Since I was still a good mile or so from my squirrelicious destination, I let it pass me by.
“There will be another one along the way. I’ll just get cash later,” I muttered in my faux British accent (I just can’t help it – whenever I’m there I start saying things like “Bollocks!” and “Cheers!”).
Well, wouldn’t you know it . . . there wasn’t another cash machine along the way. Not a one.
When you need something . . . or when you want something . . . or when you like something . . . get it. Then. Now. Don’t wait.
Do you know how many people passed on Rent, probably intrigued by the melodies but thinking that they’d find something better . . . later.
Producing, creating, taking risks . . . this is hard stuff. So it’s easy to come up with a reason to pass. It’s harder to seize the opportunity when you find it and make the most of it.
If you don’t, you’ll end up at the end of your lonely journey with empty pockets.