Why You Should Stop Procrastinating

You’ve got to start NOW

and practice doing things unhurriedly. But FAST.

If you work fast, you finish more tasks.
If you finish more tasks, you finish your assignment quickly.
If you finish your assignment quickly, you save time.

If you save time, you remove the anxiety of leaving an unfinished job.
If there is no anxiety of leaving an unfinished job, you don’t go home mentally exhausted.
When you don’t go home mentally exhausted, you have time for activities you love.

When you have time for activities you love, you feel good and happy.
When you feel good and happy, you make the people around you feel good and happy too.
When you make the people around you feel good and happy, too, they make other people feel good and happy too.

So, if you don’t start NOW, you’ll run after and out of time.
When you run after and out of time, you go home mentally exhausted.
When you go home mentally exhausted, you don’t have time for activities you love.

When you don’t have time for activities you love, you feel frustrated and unhappy.
When you feel frustrated and unhappy, you make the people around you feel frustrated and unhappy too.
When you make the people around you feel frustrated and unhappy, too, they make other people feel frustrated and unhappy too.

And it’s all your fault, my dear.

🙂 ⓜ

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