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Maria Ali ✨

Shared January 3, 2017

“You can get better about not putting things off, if you use the right strategy.”
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you can get better about not putting things off, if you use the right strategy.

Maria Ali ✨

Shared January 4, 2017

“You can get better about not putting things off, if you use the right strategy”
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you can get better about not putting things off, if you use the right strategy

Maria Ali ✨

Shared January 4, 2017

“You can get better about not putting things off, if you use the right strategy.”
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Britt Julious

Shared January 17, 2017

“Who says you need to wait until you ‘feel like’ doing something in order to start doing it?”

Aziz Nasser

Shared April 5, 2017

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Maciej Prokop

Shared January 2, 2017

Nie chcę, ale muszę... się podzielić z wami tymi trzema strategiami walki z prokrastynacją

Aylin Yardimci

Shared February 14, 2017

When you have a prevention focus, instead of thinking about how you can end up better off, you see the task as a way to hang on to what you’ve already got – to avoid loss.   For the prevention-focused, successfully completing a project is a way to keep your boss from being angry or thinking less of you.  Working out regularly is a way to not “let yourself go.”  Decades of research, which I describe in my book Focus, shows that prevention motivation is actually enhanced by anxiety about what might go wrong.  When you are focused on avoiding loss, it becomes clear that the only way to get out of danger is to take immediate action.  The more worried you are, the faster you are out of the gate.

Ahmed Elshahawi

Shared March 8, 2017

"So if you are sitting there, putting something off because you don’t feel like it, remember that you don’t actually need to feel like it. There is nothing stopping you."

Jamie Perry

Shared January 18, 2017

This is such a great, concise article on how to motivate yourself when you feel as though you're unable to!

Studies show that people routinely overestimate their capacity for self-control, and rely on it too often to keep them out of hot water.

Mehdi KaramAli

Shared December 29, 2016

Somewhere along the way, we’ve all bought into the idea – without consciously realizing it – that to be motivated and effective we need to feel like we want to take action. We need to be eager to do so. I really don’t know why we believe this, because it is 100% nonsense. Yes, on some level you need to be committed to what you are doing – you need to want to see the project finished, or get healthier, or get an earlier start to your day. But you don’t need to feel like doing it.

Lillie Robbins

Shared February 13, 2017

That's cute

Godiva Golding

Shared January 13, 2017

Make like Spock and ignore your feelings. They’re getting in your way.

Godiva Golding

Shared January 13, 2017

“Who says you need to wait until you ‘feel like’ doing something in order to start doing it?”

Godiva Golding

Shared January 13, 2017

Somewhere along the way, we’ve all bought into the idea – without consciously realizing it – that to be motivated and effective we need to feel like we want to take action. We need to be eager to do so. I really don’t know why we believe this, because it is 100% nonsense. Yes, on some level you need to be committed to what you are doing – you need to want to see the project finished, or get healthier, or get an earlier start to your day. But you don’t need to feel like doing it.

Godiva Golding

Shared January 13, 2017

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Godiva Golding

Shared January 13, 2017

the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective – which, as it happens, is exactly what you’ll be if you use them.

Lisa Briscoe

Shared January 26, 2017

This is a good one

Azeez Gazal

Shared June 15, 2017

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Cleber Fregatto

Shared February 22, 2018

I realize that the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective – which, as it happens, is exactly what you’ll be if you use them.

Amirreza H.A.

Shared March 21, 2017

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work

Jan Kulíšek

Shared August 4, 2017

Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Gaurav Kulkarni

Shared April 20, 2017

"renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”"

Andreea Sapunaru

Shared May 20, 2017

Nice little cheat sheet

Matt Bachman

Shared August 18, 2017

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

-Chuck Close

Sandeep T

Shared December 31, 2016

The best motivation is NO motivation?!

Neha Agrawal

Shared March 12, 2017

#procrastination #preventivefocus #don'tfeellikedoingit

Steve Simitzis

Shared June 23, 2017

One of the only worthwhile productivity tips article. Abstract: Tap into your lizard brain to get things done.

Pavan S G

Shared March 16, 2016

Motivation/Inspiration is just one side of the story. Don't fall for it.

Mark Coates

Shared January 16, 2017

Just do it.

I realize that the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective – which, as it happens, is exactly what you’ll be if you use them.

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Anca Marginean

Shared February 3, 2017

#fridaynightmotivation

Joe Mackie

Shared April 20, 2017

Such a great article. This is excellent advice. I would add making sure the important people in your life are supportive of your efforts and that you try to find and accountability partner to help you get through the really tough times when you just don't feel like it!

Bae Milanes

Shared April 27, 2017

More often than not, you don't need to 'feel like doing something' in order to do it. You JUST do it, period. Take these 3 simple tips the next time that you try putting off a task or a project. You'll be happy you just did it anyway.

Lana Newsome

Shared May 17, 2017

Chill people I'm alive

Lana Newsome

Shared May 18, 2017

Lol. So cool

RJ Valmadrid

Shared July 4, 2017

[In fact, as Burkeman points out, many of the most prolific artists, writers, and innovators have become so in part because of their reliance on work routines that forced them to put in a certain number of hours a day, no matter how uninspired (or, in many instances, hungover) they might have felt. Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”]

Siddharth Jindal

Shared January 2, 2018

I realize that the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning

quentin huard

Shared May 24, 2017

3 brain hacks to "just do it" !

Didier van Amerongen

Shared September 27, 2017

prima tips!

Potter Michael

Shared December 18, 2016

Really, you don't need to like what you must do.

Joseph Blount

Shared February 12, 2017

Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Lisa Silverman

Shared May 11, 2017

Good strategies for mindset shift.

Dona JH

Shared December 8, 2017

« I realize that the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective – which, as it happens, is exactly what you’ll be if you use them. »

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I realize that the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective – which, as it happens, is exactly what you’ll be if you use them.

Fabian Kiprotich

Shared February 15, 2018

Make like Spock and ignore your feelings.  They’re getting in your way.

barhoumi oussama

Shared April 2, 2018

Melle5er : you'll never feel like working, so just #Force yourself to do so...

Mike Rich

Shared June 20, 2017

Un-fun but solid advice.

RonakVP

Shared September 5, 2016

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Lily Elmore

Shared December 25, 2016

Needed advice!

Philipp Umek

Shared January 2, 2017

Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Gineton Alencar II

Shared January 25, 2017

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Nicole Deming

Shared March 18, 2017

Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Julie Reust

Shared March 18, 2017

This.

Mohammed Alrammah

Shared March 21, 2017

3 strategies that can help to be more productive.

Jeff Melanson

Shared April 2, 2017

I made myself read this.

Null Sec

Shared April 9, 2017

An impressively effective for being such a short read on how to force yourself into a "Shut up and do it" Mentality, quickly and without sacrifice.

AINI LENG MI FUNG

Shared April 16, 2017

Too many How can kill, but this kindof How is my kind of Now.

Kelly Kroh

Shared April 18, 2017

Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Josh Javier

Shared April 18, 2017

"many of the most prolific artists, writers, and innovators have become so in part because of their reliance on work routines that forced them to put in a certain number of hours a day, no matter how uninspired (or, in many instances, hungover) they might have felt."

David L Walker

Shared June 21, 2017

But I don't feel like chasing mice today.

EDIKAN UDOIBUOT

Shared September 10, 2017

Can you imagine how much less guilt, stress, and frustration you would feel if you could somehow just make yourself do the things you don’t want to do when you are actually supposed to do them? Not to mention how much happier and more effective you would be?

The good news (and its very good news) is that you can get better about not putting things off, if you use the right strategy. Figuring out which strategy to use depends on why you are procrastinating in the first place

Александр Тимохов

Shared October 4, 2017

Too many times I`ve seen such situation

And there’s the client whose phone call you really should return – the one that does nothing but complain and eat up your valuable time.

Anežka Vondrášková

Shared October 18, 2017

but there is probably no better way to get over your anxiety about screwing up than to give some serious thought to all the dire consequences of doing nothing at all

Anežka Vondrášková

Shared October 18, 2017

ignore your feelings. They’re getting in your way.

Anežka Vondrášková

Shared October 18, 2017

what we really mean is that we can’t get ourselves to feel like doing these things

Anežka Vondrášková

Shared October 18, 2017

I realize that the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective – which, as it happens, is exactly what you’ll be if you use them.

Rushali Gupta

Shared October 24, 2017

Great start to keep urself doing...!

KL C

Shared October 25, 2017

Go on, scare the pants off yourself. It feels awful, but it works.

KL C

Shared October 25, 2017

So if you are sitting there, putting something off because you don’t feel like it, remember that you don’t actually need to feel like it. There is nothing stopping you.

KL C

Shared October 25, 2017

Studies show that people routinely overestimate their capacity for self-control, and rely on it too often to keep them out of hot water.

Kriss Gill

Shared January 13, 2018

May have been written in 2014 but still worth reading.

Jesse Kriege

Shared January 29, 2018

Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs.  The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

So if you are sitting there, putting something off because you don’t feel like it, remember that you don’t actually need to feel like it.  There is nothing stopping you.

Christine Parker

Shared February 7, 2018

I needed this today.

Dmitry Sytkov

Shared March 24, 2018

A short problem-solution article

Lachlan Bell

Shared March 31, 2018

Simple, but surprisingly effective.

Muhammad Isa

Shared April 1, 2018

#Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.
-Chuck Close

#There is nothing stopping you

Jaime Blanco

Shared April 12, 2018

Ho to stop procrastination... harsh but the truth.

Burkeman asks, “Who says you need to wait until you ‘feel like’ doing something in order to start doing it?”

Laura Sora

Shared January 19, 2017

worth trying once in a while:)

Ravi Teja Sunkara

Shared March 21, 2017

Don't wait for the feelings, just do it.

Bridgette Kelleher

Shared May 10, 2017

For flojos like me

David Matsibekker

Shared March 1, 2018

A good way to get motivated without dealing with positivity

Benjamin Childers

Shared February 2, 2017

some solid advice.

Tanja Buttler

Shared January 6, 2017

motivation theory and anti-procrastination: it is not always about envisioning a positive outcome

Mar Rie

Shared January 12, 2017

cagarla

screw it up.

Rebekka Begay

Shared January 16, 2017

Who says you need to wait until you ‘feel like’ doing something in order to start doing it?

Rebekka Begay

Shared January 16, 2017

Every good thing starts with a first step.

aboozar sobboohi

Shared January 18, 2017

nice

John Liwag

Shared January 23, 2017

there is probably no better way to get over your anxiety about screwing up than to give some serious thought to all the dire consequences of doing nothing at all.    Go on, scare the pants off yourself.  It feels awful, but it works.

Gabe Viets

Shared January 25, 2017

Wow, this is totally me. Very good advice 👍.

Maria Dandoulaki

Shared January 29, 2017

excellent advice suitable for all kinds of procrastinators !

Chloe Jayne

Shared February 2, 2017

its good

Kalidas

Shared February 4, 2017

fine

Shivanshi Tyagi

Shared February 9, 2017

Actually really good advise!

Marie Lou Duret

Shared February 12, 2017

When you have a prevention focus, instead of thinking about how you can end up better off, you see the task as a way to hang on to what you’ve already got – to avoid loss

Dennis Campbell

Shared February 16, 2017

I know I deal with this pretty often

alex thorpe

Shared February 19, 2017

Interesting

Fateen Ahned

Shared March 2, 2017

the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective

Kenneth Porlaje

Shared March 2, 2017

"“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”"

Eddie Gonzalez

Shared March 2, 2017

By deciding in advance exactly what you’re going to do, and when and where you’re going to do it, there’s no deliberating when the time comes. No do I really have to do this now?, or can this wait till later? or maybe I should do something else instead. It’s when we deliberate that willpower becomes necessary to make the tough choice. But if-then plans dramatically reduce the demands placed on your willpower, by ensuring that you’ve made the right decision way ahead of the critical moment. In fact, if-then planning has been shown in over 200 studies to increase rates of goal attainment and productivity by 200%-300% on average.

Jaydip wagh

Shared March 6, 2017

this good point given how to work better and happy to complited.

Jordan

Shared March 14, 2017

Reason #4 The Weather's Got You Down ❄️

An_inquisitive _reader

Shared March 19, 2017

"Burkeman asks, “Who says you need to wait until you ‘feel like’ doing something in order to start doing it?”"

Le Lumièree

Shared March 20, 2017

(☝︎ ՞ਊ ՞)☝︎ inspiration, say what? ✌︎('ω'✌︎ )

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.

Michal Kay

Shared March 20, 2017

Great post

Zascha magnussem

Shared March 21, 2017

😳👍🏽

Panaretos Vergos

Shared March 23, 2017

Very motivation.

Kemi Vong

Shared March 23, 2017

Try

Jan Brifkany

Shared March 24, 2017

Hard work pays off!

Gloria Nichols-English

Shared March 28, 2017

Seems like good advise.Will give ita try.

Forest Fire

Shared April 1, 2017

"thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning –"

Jessie Martinez

Shared April 5, 2017

day

Shakshi Bhardwaj

Shared April 4, 2017

👍👍👌

Kate Ruess

Shared April 10, 2017

Simple yet effective tactics!

Alya Nabila

Shared April 11, 2017

when i feel like lazy for everyday and dont want to get out from bed 😂

Nikki Nel

Shared April 19, 2017

Very interesting read which may help you manage yourself better

jimmymigliorini96 .

Shared April 24, 2017

really helpful

Bemn Lam

Shared April 25, 2017

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Willebaldo Gomez

Shared April 26, 2017

It's a nice article about cats...

Lee Ellis

Shared May 2, 2017

sad

Hirofumi Nakano

Shared May 8, 2017

Pretty persuasive article.

Aubane Morlot

Shared May 13, 2017

trop chou !!!!!!💘💘💘💘

Masood Khan

Shared May 24, 2017

really appreciable

Dominik FRÖHLICH

Shared June 3, 2017

Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Aisha Rahim

Shared June 6, 2017

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Momina Khalil

Shared June 17, 2017

best!

Ricardo Valenzio

Shared June 18, 2017

When you are focused on avoiding loss, it becomes clear that the only way to get out of danger is to take immediate action. The more worried you are, the faster you are out of the gate.

Lai Rosa

Shared June 20, 2017

Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs.  The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Dana Kelley

Shared June 21, 2017

If you are a chronic procrastinator like I am, this article may help put things in a different perspective.

Sara Lisa

Shared July 10, 2017

Good work/life important strategies to work on. #career #worklife #motivation

Briana McDougall

Shared July 18, 2017

Great tips for getting past, "I don't feel like it"

Karen Wadsworth

Shared July 23, 2017

motivated by the thought of making

Luna Moone

Shared July 24, 2017

I need this

Georgy Coe

Shared July 25, 2017

Very practical, love it!

Elise Smileeveryday

Shared July 27, 2017

Enlighten

David Pollender

Shared July 30, 2017

Really helpful advice!

I realize that the three strategies I’m offering you – thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning – don’t sound as fun as advice like “Follow your passion!” or “Stay positive!” But they have the decided advantage of actually being effective – which, as it happens, is exactly what you’ll be if you use them.

ivy M

Shared August 11, 2017

Have a try!

Israel Hallan

Shared August 14, 2017

This was awesome!

Peter Whittle

Shared August 14, 2017

A very loud alarm, cold shower and coffee help

Moneth Maloves

Shared August 20, 2017

make sense

Ana Ayala

Shared September 15, 2017

Bruh so ME!!!😭😂😂😂

Annabelle Sinclair

Shared September 24, 2017

this is a really good arrival☺

Robert Beach

Shared October 14, 2017

In fact, as Burkeman points out, many of the most prolific artists, writers, and innovators have become so in part because of their reliance on work routines that forced them to put in a certain number of hours a day, no matter how uninspired (or, in many instances, hungover) they might have felt. Burkeman reminds us of renowned artist Chuck Close’s observation that “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Nicolette Fourie

Shared October 17, 2017

Great article for my fellow procrastinationors! #ImprovingHabits

Iain Ross

Shared October 22, 2017

Definitely a few things in this I'm guilty of!

Hazar Bat

Shared October 23, 2017

So if you are sitting there, putting something off because you don’t feel like it, remember that you don’t actually need to feel like it. There is nothing stopping you

Luisa Fernanda Russi Guzmán

Shared October 29, 2017

Let's give it a try right now.

Divyaa

Shared November 1, 2017

Much needed if you're turning into panda.

Yuliia Shandra

Shared November 3, 2017

Can you imagine how much less guilt, stress, and frustration you would feel if you could somehow just make yourself do the things you don’t want to do when you are actually supposed to do them?  Not to mention how much happier and more effective you would be

Erika Padovan

Shared November 11, 2017

A mover esas nalgas y a ponerse a trabajar! A menos que seas #Chapi y no lo necesites.

Jack B

Shared November 23, 2017

for school work

xueyi w

Shared November 26, 2017

it's useful

Александра Максимюк

Shared November 27, 2017

mi mi mi

Anoushka Das

Shared December 2, 2017

great

Chips Brown

Shared December 5, 2017

Sweet

Nye A Alam Somon

Shared December 8, 2017

wow.useful.

Akimov Abbos

Shared December 9, 2017

Stay positive , anyway 😂😂😂

Shanna Johns

Shared December 11, 2017

Good

Yue Liang

Shared December 11, 2017

Interesting

Nuraina Afiqah Abdul Halim

Shared January 2, 2018

i need this. welp

Pocket User

Shared January 8, 2018

best

Melati Kusuma

Shared January 11, 2018

Studies show that people routinely overestimate their capacity for self-control, and rely on it too often to keep them out of hot water.

Do yourself a favor, and embrace the fact that your willpower is limited,

Joseph Merboth

Shared January 18, 2018

“Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Right LOWER

Shared February 4, 2018

表紙となる写真との齟齬があります。けども‥まっ‥取り敢えずは熟読出来る人の為に‥拡散させて戴きます…。

William Palmieri

Shared February 7, 2018

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.

DorotaW

Shared February 15, 2018

polecam

Romasanta null

Shared February 15, 2018

backburner

abdulaziz Sadiritdinov

Shared February 25, 2018

There is nothing stopping you.

Stephen Norris

Shared February 25, 2018

Following from my last tweet, if you still can’t blast away those Monday blues or any other day blues try these tactics by HBR.org to get at least some work done even when your at your most reluctant!

peg Charlie

Shared February 26, 2018

thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning

thinking about the consequences of failure, ignoring your feelings, and engaging in detailed planning

Danish malik

Shared February 28, 2018

True

Abdurhman Saad

Shared March 8, 2018

Useful

Lam 6677

Shared March 10, 2018

That's great

Sanjay Gupta

Shared March 15, 2018

Meaningful!

Kyle Dumont

Shared March 15, 2018

In his excellent book The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking, Oliver Burkeman points out that much of the time, when we say things like “I just can’t get out of bed early in the morning, ” or “I just can’t get myself to exercise,” what we really mean is that we can’t get ourselves to feel like doing these things. After all, no one is tying you to your bed every morning. Intimidating bouncers aren’t blocking the entrance to your gym. Physically, nothing is stopping you – you just don’t feel like it. But as Burkeman asks, “Who says you need to wait until you ‘feel like’ doing something in order to start doing it?”

ماريا

Shared April 12, 2018

that to be motivated and effective we need to feel like we want to take action. We need to be eager to do so. I really don’t know why we believe this, because it is 100% nonsense. Yes, on some level you need to be committed to what you are doing – you need to want to see the project finished, or get healthier, or get an earlier start to your day. But you don’t need to feel like doing it.

ماريا

Shared April 12, 2018

حقيقة.

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.

ماريا

Shared April 12, 2018

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

So if you are sitting there, putting something off because you don’t feel like it, remember that you don’t actually need to feel like it. There is nothing stopping you.

ماريا

Shared April 12, 2018

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.

ماريا

Shared April 12, 2018

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

So if you are sitting there, putting something off because you don’t feel like it, remember that you don’t actually need to feel like it. There is nothing stopping you.

I'am HoHo

Shared 1 day ago

Do yourself a favor, and embrace the fact that your willpower is limited, and that it may not always be up to the challenge of getting you to do things you find difficult, tedious, or otherwise awful.  Instead, use if-then planning to get the job done.

John Liwag

Shared January 23, 2017

"There is probably no better way to get over your anxiety about screwing up than to give some serious thought to all the dire consequences of doing nothing at all. Go on, scare the pants off yourself. It feels awful, but it works."

here is probably no better way to get over your anxiety about screwing up than to give some serious thought to all the dire consequences of doing nothing at all. Go on, scare the pants off yourself. It feels awful, but it works.

Richard Stevens

Shared February 1, 2017

Great article about procrastination.

Yram Roese

Shared February 10, 2017

Read this.

Focus

Serhan Demirci

Shared November 26, 2017

Really solid advice here; and yes, I'm guilty of all the faults mentioned :)

Andrew Fishburne

Shared December 14, 2017

Most days...

Kanoe Namahoe

Shared February 1, 2017

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Sanjiv Jhangiani

Shared February 2, 2017

practical tips on time management

Gabrielle Mendoza

Shared February 4, 2017

“Who says you need to wait until you ‘feel like’ doing something in order to start doing it?”