Funny how it is never at the beginning of a success - so "If only I hadn't been to school I could have less knowledge!"
No, it is always used as a reason for not doing something. It is used as a justification for inaction, ironically it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. If only I had more time, I would.... If only I had more money I would.....then I would achieve amazing success.
Why? More money doesn't guarantee success, more time doesn't mean that you will use it wisely. It is your mindset that determines your success, it is your desire to make it work that will move you forward.
In fact I would argue that less time and less money is an asset, it means you have to really think about how to spend both your time and money. More of these things can lead to inefficiency and laziness.....think about what you achieve during that afternoon just before you leave on holiday!
Don't let those two words - If only - rule your life. Those two words have two much power, instead move the action to the front
So "If only I had more time I would create more content marketing" to
I can create more content ONLY IF I and then pick something....(schedule time in my diary) (write on areas I am passionate about) etc