Funds find their way …
… to where they want to be.
Thus, if you’re sitting on some surplus, let it sit.
Pressure will be there, to do something about the funds.
There’s a German saying.
Aus den Augen, aus dem Sinn.
Meaning, that what’s away from one’s eyes is also away from one’s mind, literally translated. However, you do get the drift.
Park your funds in such a manner, that you can’t immediately see them.
It can be something as simple as a savings account linked fixed deposit.
I prefer liquid funds, with my broker in between.
To call in the funds, I need to dial my broker. Then, a full working day needs to elapse before I have access to the funds in my savings account. I find this activation barrier slightly higher than logging in to net banking and nullifying a fixed deposit. That would give access in just two minutes. Too soon for me. I use my off-set day as a buffer, to perhaps contemplate about really going ahead with fund deployment or not. Access in two minutes would mean firing the gun without proper contemplation.
Yes, put an activation barrier between you and your funds. On purpose. Then they are truly parked. What do you do when you park your car? Handbrake on? Of course. So it is with parking of funds too. You put the handbrake on. Your activation barrier is the handbrake.
Do other stuff.
Lead a full life. Enjoy your life.
Time will pass.
Opportunities will come …
… and go.
Are they making you jump out of your seat?
Keep park mode on.
Eventually, something will come along that will make you jump.
Homework gives a green signal.
You will want to be in. Every cell in your body will say so.
Kill park modus.
Let the funds flow to where they want to flow, into this opportunity that is making you jump.
Let it be has now turned into let it flow.