Once there was an item on my bucket list: to retire early, which meant to retire at 55. I missed it.

When you miss a deadline, you could choose to fail without effort, giving up – justifying it by saying you've already missed it.

You could fall forward – which means you're feet are so close to the goal, you can just fall forward, and you get your goal. As in, "I missed it at 55, but I can do it now at 57."

Then you follow-through and make it happen. What is the final analysis? It means you didn't make it at the time frame you'd set for yourself, that's all.

What was originally a good idea, remains a good idea.

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