There’s Never A Best Time For Anything

By Mike Maddaloni on Tuesday, February 12, 2008 at 09:02 AM with 1 comments

(The following was written a few weeks ago, and I present it verbatim as I wrote it then.)

I’m feeling a little overwhelmed as I write this. I am crammed into a coach airplane seat heading cross-country to the DOMAINfest conference in Hollywood. Last night I was at the AFC Championship Game in Foxboro, MA watching my Patriots win another shot at a Lombardi trophy. This is being written on what I just found as the last piece of paper in my folio pad, along with other to-do’s and priorities for the week.

Last night I talked with my lovely wife who herself has been away for a week on business and shared with me what was going on with her, similar to how I whined in the previous paragraph. She then said something I have been repeating a lot since our call, “there’s never a best time for anything” and as I recite it over and over, I realize how right she is.

Wouldn’t it be great to take on a new project just when we get back from vacation after finishing another? Of course, but the phone rings usually when we are our busiest. Everyone and their pundits are saying now is not the time to buy a house or get a mortgage. But what if you need one? Both industries have not seized, and if you need a place to live, you can find one and a loan to live there.

I am writing this with the intent on publishing it after I return from home after the conference. Hopefully you will share my amusement in looking back on how I overcame a bit of overwhelmness!

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