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“I would do it later.”


Good intentions, weak resolutions. Procrastination, a disease that plague much of our society, nine out of ten people are happy to have this lower than average mentality.

It is an over-comfortable sweet murderer of your effectiveness. It is your ever attending mistress as you live a long, lazy, and blame-everybody-but-yourself life.

Where are your projects now? Do they still live or rotting in the grave? You waited for all the constraints to align to perfection before doing anything. But it never happened.

Act now. Be consistent. Finish small milestones every day. Do the work. You’re not born to be insanely irresponsible.

Don’t let your “later” becomes your “never”. Be better than 95% of the population, not to advance your pride, but to be a guide.

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