Posted by: johndstewart | February 26, 2013


You must immediately eliminate any urge to procrastinate. True, begin making a commitment to your goal. It is frequently the most difficult step. Simply, you must not delay but must begin now, not tomorrow.

When you have successfully eliminated the desire to procrastinate, examine your daily routine. Next, tackle the problem of unorganized time. List all you do in a week and the numbers of hours consumed for each task, including your profession. It is probable that many of those hours are unaccountable. Organize your time so those extra hours may be utilized for your goal.  ~ John


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