Time is running. Don’t waste it!
You might have thought I’ll start a new project after a week’s break, I’ll start jogging from Monday, or a resolution to start dieting from next month.
STOP! Stop Procrastinating things! Start with what you can do now! Take a step towards your goal.
Start with doing a 5 min jog daily. Start with quitting one bad habit, which is making you unhealthy, and you will notice that you are continuously progressing and you are closer to your goals than before.
You might have thought of a great idea to make an impact, but you may not have enough resources to scale, you might be wondering to postpone it.
But, what you can do today is implement that idea at your home or society, and when you see it’s working, and you have enough resources, expand it to the next level.
To start today, you don’t need to be the best, you must believe that yes I will be the best if I’ll continue doing great.
Remember! While you are procrastinating things, someone is working really hard to be better, and chances are there that someone will replace you or your ideas.
If you will not start today, tomorrow you will come up with an excuse not to start it at all.
Time is a scarce resource, do not waste it. Don’t sit on your ideas. Work on it; take action. Start with whatever you have.
Take actions that you can, with your abilities now, and then make it better by learning as you progress.
Have you ever thought about it?
How many hours you have wasted daily on social media or lying around, which are distracting you from achieving your goals.
Just imagine, how close you could have been to your goal if you had spent all these hours working on it.
If you organize your time well, You will notice you have plenty of time. You will have time to go out to the gym, you will have time to spend with your family. You will have time to work on your dream project.
Everyone has 24 hours a day; some are making fortunes out of it while others are just making excuses for their situation, and everyone is living the results of the choices they make.
If you’ll start late, how will you reach early?