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Be not afraid of going slowly; be afraid of standing still.
~Chinese Proverb~



Stephen Covey wrote in 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, "Time management can be captured in a single phrase: Organize and execute around priorities." Unlike money which we can gain or lose, once we spend our time its gone. For this reason, it is critical that we focus our energy toward completing tasks aligned with the reality that we want to experience. Too often, we fail to take action because of fear which I wrote about here and the four action traps which I wrote about here.

 In the following video Robin Sharma shares 5 steps that we can implement to GET BIG THINGS DONE, NOW! This video inspired me to start a 31-Day Procrastination Diet. I will post weekly updates on my results each Tuesday for the next four weeks. 

If you've been "putting off for tomorrow what you can do today", why not start your personal 31-Day Procrastination Diet and share your experience here on this site every Tuesday. We can support one another as we eliminate this counterproductive habits! That'll be cool.

You're going to enjoy and feel empowered after viewing this video.





Don't you feel motivated? Aren't your ready to take action? Do something right now that expresses you willingness to stand up for a dream/goal that you want to see become your reality.

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