Avoiding procrastination

Sometimes it’s now or never, and often times we tend to believe that opportunities are going to be there forever or that you will have a second or third chance in the near future.

Chances are you will, there’s always hope in the future, but it will take you to start again from zero, which means it will be a lot of work you probably won’t be able to handle.

Tomorrow is not guaranteed but uncertain, because we are not sure about what will happen, but today is the day when we have more time than ever to do the things that matter in life.

So you must understand that your excuses exist to keep you in your comfort zone, to skip all of the hard work, and to avoid making any effort or sacrifice at all.

Some say that risk is the price of opportunity, and others say that if it were easy, everyone would do it, so you must acknowledge resistance and opposition in the first place.

A process initiates in the beginning and also has a conclusion, so you have to see the phases of the process to know in which stage you are at the current time.

Have the determination to meet your objectives and to achieve your goals, and don’t be afraid to make mistakes and be judged for them, because everybody does and they know it.

But why not do your best and try to meet some limits or find some resistance, so you can know where to stop and try again later? Remember that consistency is more subtle but more effective than persistence.

Small actions add up to big results as long as you don’t quit, give up, or stop believing it’s possible.

So focus all your energy on your goals, and don’t forget to get the motivation you need to be able to do all the hard work.

Have the preparation you need to take calculated risks and know what you are doing; learn the lessons from every failure you experience.

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