Nouns / phrases: News, messages. Someone brings something with them. Approach. Change (especially change which is is brought to you). Something which is new, unfamiliar. Action, activities. Intrusion, invasion, attack. Harassment, assault. Intervention, interference, meddling. Swiftness, hurry. Surprise. Bravado, swaggering, pompousness, exuberance, ardour.  
To bring something (e.g. e message), to approach. To act. To change something. To charge, tackle, attack. To harass, to assault. To intrude or invade. To meddle, barge in, interfere, intervene. To overwhelm, press, impose on, push for, hurry. To swagger; to grandstand.
New - in the sense of unfamiliar. Changed; (life-)changing. Hurried, swift, quick, surprising. Active, energetic. Flamboyant, pushy, cocky, ostentatious. Intrusive, importunate, penetrative, overwhelming. Glaring, gaudy, shrill, harsh.

As a person:
Messenger, deliverer of news. Busybody, meddler, intruder. Someone who is always active or in a hurry; a pushy or flamboyant person.

As advice:
Take action! Push for it! Prepare yourself for change! Negatively: Don't boast! Don't impose on others!

Time factor *) : Immediately! Or: not yet because first, something else has to happen, is to come.
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