Imagine a world where procrastination doesn’t exist.
People won’t feel stressed, overwhelmed or upset just by looking at their tasks for the day.
No one would complain about, analyze, fear or put off what needs to be done. They will just do it. By simply starting, being focused, doing a small part of it, and then the next one.
Then many more people would be successful. Many books would have been finished and published. Many goals would have been achieved and dreams – come true.
But that’s not the world we live in.
Although it might be.
We let procrastination – the desire to do anything else but the important task in front of us – control us.
It leads us to dark places, where we feel hopeless. We turn to distractions, face fear and anxiety, we don’t feel happy, we think and analyze too much and never…
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