Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to make drastic changes in order to notice an improvement in the quality of your life. At the same time, you don’t need to wait a long time in order to see the measurable results that come from taking positive action. All you have to do is take small steps, and take them consistently, for a period of 100 days.
I am pleased to introduce this guest article by a new friend John, the creator of HiLife2B, where he hopes to inspire people and to help them achieve their dreams. Follow him on Twitter: @janyasor 1. Believe that even the smallest compliment can save someone’s life
Some years ago, the economist George Akerlof found himself faced with a simple task: mailing a box of clothes from India, where he was living, to the United States. The clothes belonged to his friend and colleague Joseph Stiglitz, who had left them behind when visiting, so Akerlof was eager to send the box off. But there was a problem. What we can learn from procrastination
There are many ways to avoid success in life, but the most sure-fire just might be procrastination . Procrastinators sabotage themselves. They put obstacles in their own path.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Alex Fayle of the Someday Syndrome blog. Someday Syndrome: not doing what you want to because you don’t know what it is, because you’re procrastinating about it, or because you have too much stuff getting in your way. Everyone suffers from Someday Syndrome at some point in their lives, often catching it repeatedly. For me, most recently, I’d been saying that I really should give running a try without doing anything about it.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Scott Young of ScottHYoung.com Imagine getting a full day’s work done by noon. Sounds impossible, right?
Identify the most important thing you have to do today. Decide to do just the first little part of it — just the first minute, or even 30 seconds of it. Getting started is the only thing in the world that matters. Clear away distractions. Turn everything off. Kill Procrastination Forever – One Simple Tip
Post written by Leo Babauta. Your first thought as you look at this article will be, “I’ll read this later.” But don’t. Let the urge to switch to a new task pass. Read this now.
Post written by Leo Babauta. Procrastination is one of those topics that, it seems, I can’t write enough about. There isn’t a person among us who doesn’t procrastinate, and that’s a fact of life.
When it comes to glamorous procrastinators, Scarlett O’Hara is one of our most enduring icons. A quick sampling of her lines in Gone With the Wind yields: “I can’t think about that right now. If I do, I’ll go crazy.” And, “I’ll think about it tomorrow, when I can stand it.” And, of course, her famous closing line: “After all… tomorrow is another day!” It turns out that O’Hara was a bit of a trailblazer in the “I’ll-do-it-tomorrow” category. Can't Start, Won't Start: Tricks for Overcoming Procrastination
7 Symptoms of Procrastination and How to Fight Them We all do it to some degree or another; put off for tomorrow what we know should be done today. Postpone the inevitable pain for the current moment of pleasure. But we know that even if we can manage to put it out of our minds for the present, it will eventually come around and bite us on the butt and disturb our external calm demeanor.
Building an audience is not the easiest thing to do. First you have to deal with the technical side of building your online business. You’re also responsible for creating massive amounts of content that will attract and convert people into subscribers and customers. Whether you’re writing, recording audio or video, the process is time consuming and difficult at times. Today I’d like to share with you a few ideas from some people you might’ve heard of before. 6 of the Smartest Things Ever Said About Getting Stuff Done