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Nothing in this world destroys more potential than procrastination.

Stop it before it stops you. Do it now. This can’t be more true. With a consistent desire to push things to the next day, it won’t be easy to just change today. From a different school of thought, procrastination can be considered as a time space for creativity but to what extent I ask. May be I should read more or visit everyone’s best friend, “Google”. There’s more to this, hopefully I can wrap my mind around it.

 

1. Depend on God.

2. Maintain integrity.

3. Get good at what you do.

4. Influence others for Christ.

5. Know your coworkers.

6. Love your coworkers.

7. Don’t make a paycheck your primary aim.

8. Thank God for your job.

I enjoy reading articles form all over the internet and sometime you get those ones that remind you of the little details of life. Going through my emails I saw this post from James Altucher with quotes that he thinks will change some part of your life.

Here’s the link: https://wealthygorilla.com/29-james-altucher-quotes/

For me these ones stood out.

He took a survey of personal finance authors who recommend that people keep budgets, and he found that none of them actually kept budgets themselves.

If coming up with ten ideas sounds too hard, then come up with twenty.

Luck is created by the prepared

Perfectionism is the enemy of the idea muscle. Perfectionism is your brain trying to protect you from harm—from coming up with an idea that is embarrassing and stupid and could cause you to suffer pain.

The only truly safe thing you can do is to try over and over again. To go for it, to get rejected, to repeat, to strive, to wish. Without rejection there is no frontier, there is no passion, and there is no magic.

There is nobody you need to impress. There is nobody who is judging you. And there will be nobody who can stop you.

What you need to do is build the house you will live in. You build that house by laying a solid foundation: by building physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.

Excuses are easy lies we tell ourselves to cover up our failures.

Always say to yourself, I’d rather be healthy than right. Because the infection of someone so wounded will spread to you if you engage.

If you have quotes that have been inspirational  for you please share in the comments section.

 

 

After reading some good material on accountability from medium, I decided to get you this points, hope they serve you well.

Accountability is most often used to explain one’s performance, or lack thereof, directed to someone (boss, spouse, etc.) with the expectation that the explanation will sufficiently “account” for the results. Generally, accountability is only brought up if something is lacking rather than as something we utilize to ensure success. This misses the mark, leaving accountability as something to be avoided rather than explored.

Accountability is fundamentally a state of being — a willing acceptance to be the one counted on (most often to produce an outcome) — and as a consequence, the primary action of accountability is to account for one’s word.

Be consistent until you have a breakthrough. Consistency is the most fundamental virtue of becoming the person you want to become

We do not rise to the level of our expectations. We fall to the level of our training.
— Archilochus

When you build better routines, manage your energy, and work with your body instead of against it, you will complete work in less time, get more done each day, waste less time, find more free time, take control of your day, and lower your stress.

Knowing how to prioritize and complete the work that matters the most on a daily basis can make you more effective, and efficient.

If this cockatrice be not crushed in the egg, it will soon become a serpent; the very thought of sin, if but thought on, will break forth into action, action into custom, custom into habit, and then both body and soul are lost irrecoverably to all eternity.

Lack of confidence, sometimes alternating with unrealistic dreams of heroic success, often leads to procrastination, and many studies suggest that procrastinators are self-handicappers: rather than risk failure, they prefer to create conditions that make success impossible, a reflex that of course creates a vicious cycle.”

James Surowiecki

perfection is not when there’s nothing more to add but when there’s nothing left to be removed

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