Don't you just hate having to give up something you love for something else you want? It's that same old Tony Robbins theory on instant versus delayed gratification. I don't mind delaying happiness as long as I don't have to give up something I like. Take the annual Melbourne Yacht Club's spring regatta. Held over two week-ends; one for small boats and one for big boats, I have attended this event probably 20 times. Because I want to turn my dream job of being a sailing journalist into a reality I have to stay indoors and focus on turning an interview with one of my heroes into a professionally written article worthy of compensation. Even moreso, this article needs to lead to the next assignment, so sayeth my interviewee and mentor. Sitting in my rocking chair when I am too old to sail and too old to even write, I want to smile and say, "Wow, what a great decision it was to add journalism to my new sailing at sixty career." In order for that statement to be true I best stop procrastinating, as Skip, the guru of Weisman Success Resources, would remind me, and get busy!