true that: 11 Thing You’re Forgetting to Do
No, I’m not in the mood for brunch. I’ve got a few things I need to do this morning…
You do not have to be in the mood, you can simply choose some different behaviors.
I know most people don’t follow through with their goals. But that doesn’t mean we should ignore them. Being too committed to something is basically asking for a heart attack.
That’s a very good point, true that. The truth is that most goal-seekers are too focused on their goals to really think about the consequences of their actions. I think this is a big reason why most people fail at their goals. What works for one person might not work for another (or vice versa).
This is the first time I’ve heard someone make this statement and I wish I could say that I agree with it, but I don’t. I believe that most people don’t think through what they’re going to do and how what they’re going to do will affect the world around them. This is why the internet is a wonderful place, but it’s also why it’s a nightmare.
True, but its also why most people don’t even know what they’re doing. If you know you’re going to do something, you can set yourself up for failure. But if you don’t know what you’re doing, you’re going to start making mistakes.
Sure. But that’s when you have the advantage. A lot of people will try to do everything at once, with no thought of what might happen in the process. They will try to do everything right, or even do things right, but they dont follow through with them. And while that might sound like a good idea, it usually ends up making things worse. They might be able to get good results, but they’ll probably screw up more than they want to.
This is the problem with procrastination. You have to start somewhere. You might be going to a wedding, and start making a list of all the things you need to get done before the wedding, but after the wedding youre gonna start making even more lists. You have to start somewhere, and you have to start early. The problem is, that wont’ always mean starting at the beginning of the process.