Your competition is; your procrastination, your ego, the unhealthy food you’re consuming, the knowledge you neglect, the negative behaviour you’re nurturing & your lack of creativity.
COMPETE AGAINST THAT.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. Inflation has gone higher everywhere. But i really don’t know why nobody is talking about new raise in council taxes, water bills & road tax. In UK, there’s a road tax you have to pay once every 6 months if you own a car. And water bill is also paid in every 6 months. Council tax you have to pay every month even if it’s a rented property. Post brexit all bills shot up abnormally. Today government announced 150💷 temporary council tax rebate for tax band A to D, i don’t think it’s helping anyone amid power/energy price hike & new tax slab changes.)
Everyone knows that they’re not supposed to procrastinate but we all do it every now and again. The more things you put off, the more will build up and you will just feel out of control and stressed. Manage and prioritize your time and tasks.
Procrastination is like a credit card: it’s a lot of fun until you get the bill. -CHRISTOPHER PARKER.
This is for the ones who are struggling right now. This is for the ones who have been having a rough day or week or even year. The ones who feel like this storm will never end. Keep fighting for you. Not for friends, not for your family, but for you. Keep fighting because deep down you hold a tiny voice that knows you were meant for far more than this sadness and pain you are feeling. Keep fighting because the person you will be on the other side of all this is cheering for you so much. Keep fighting because you will get there. And it will be worth it.
Understand that your competition isn’t other people. Your competition is your procrastination. Your ego. The unhealthy food you’re consuming. The knowledge you neglect. The negative behaviour you’re nurturing. And your lack of creativity. Compete against that. You deserve a better you. (Not my words).
1- Do something you’ve been procrastinating on. What’s on your to-do list that’s been sitting there? Do it first thing in the morning, and get it out of the way. You’ll feel great about yourself.
2- Get active. Doing something is almost always better than not doing anything. Of course, doing something could lead to mistakes, but mistakes are a part of life. That’s how we learn. Without mistakes, we’d never get better. So don’t worry about those. Just do something. Get off your butt and get active physically, or active by taking steps to accomplish something.
3- Act positive. More than just thinking positive, you have to put it into action at right time. Action, actually is the key to developing self-confidence. It’s one thing to learn to think positive, but when you start acting on it, you change yourself, one action at a time. (Not my words)
Your competition is your procrastination, your ego, the unhealthy food you’re consuming, the knowledge you neglect, the negative behavior you’re nurturing & your lack of creativity. Compete against that.