The waiting game

The important work of moving the world forward does not wait to be done by perfect men. – George Eliot

Jumpstart your life!

Have you ever really, really wanted to do something, but felt that you were in a holding pattern?

Are you waiting for someone else to accomplish something so you can move on or finish your work?

This feeling happens to all of us throughout our lives.

  • As children, we wait for the jump rope to hit a certain point before we feel confident to jump in and join the game.
  • As teenagers, we wait for our drivers’ licenses with impatience.
  • As parents, we wait for the perfect moment to snap a picture (sometimes missing the moment in real life).
  • As students, we may sit in a room full of others, waiting for someone else to ask the question that we’ve been pondering through the entire lecture.
  • As workers, we may be waiting for a promotion or acknowledgement of a job well done.

We wait every day.  Waiting and patience is a virtue – however sometimes waiting too long can cripple us.  Let this be your jumpstart to get moving again!

The quote above “The important work of moving the world forward does not wait to be done by perfect men” was actually written by a woman!  George Eliot was the pen-name for a woman who lived in the early 19th century. She didn’t *wait* for women to be accepted as novelists, she dove in and started work that she enjoyed!

Make the move, be brave and be willing to embrace challenges!  New courses begin in January, 2014.  Wait no more!!  There *IS* room for you in our online classrooms.

There is nothing to be gained by waiting for a better situation. You see where you are and you do what you can with that.
– Jacob K. Javits

Submitted by Kristi Karels | Online Technologist

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