Happy 4th of July Week.
I just saw an ad for an "end of summer" sale. End of summer? I feel like my kids just got out of school about 35 minutes ago and that my summer has barely begun. Retail store Xmas decorations long ago pushed to pre-Thanksgiving and I'm sure that July 5th I'll see my first "Back to School" promotions along with an ad for "Great Gatsby, opening Christmas Day".
This marketing style creates an "anticipation horizon" that is months away, and the two effects tend to be "I can't believe that <future event> is so soon, I better take action now!" or "I've got plenty of time top postpone worrying about <future event>".
Finding "The One" doesn't fall into either of these categories – it's not a future event, and postponement is simply joy you have lost forever.
Pull out your calendar and put your finger on TODAY. That is when your life could change. Flip ahead to next week -- that could be when you realize that you have an opportunity for a new flavor of happiness you've never experienced. Look at next month -- imagine that is when you and your match are sitting on a beach somewhere making long term plans. Now flip back to TODAY. If you want your life to be better today, next week, next month and beyond, do something in the next five minutes to start that happening.
With anticipation horizons far off in the future, you will always find another reason to wait to put finding love at the top of your list. In pursuing "The One" you have to live in the NOW and take action.