The Longer You Wait, the Harder It Gets

We assume that even if we do things later, they will take the same amount of time and effort as they will take now.

At least subconsciously, that’s why we do, and often it leads to procrastination and delaying what we want to do.

But this thinking is not correct.

Because there are emotional and mental costs of waiting.

Anxiety that one experiences, and attention that keeps turning back to what we want to do.

Plus, an opportunity that’s there today may not be there tomorrow.

And, you won’t ever feel about an opportunity in the future the way you do now.

So don’t defer what you want to and what you feel like doing.

You will save time and attention. Whatever you do will be behind you. And, you’ll have a clear mental hard drive that you can use to process other essential things.

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