Stop procrastinating, forget motivation: Just do it
By Sachin Posted in The Disciplined Life on Apr 09 2 min read
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A little effort or slow progress is better than nothing.

If we are going to wait for the right feeling, the right time, the right people or the right environment to get started, we might as well as wait forever.

The truth is that many things are within our control. It’s our choice. It’s our decision. And we are solely responsible for its execution.

Is it a language you want to learn? Is it a course you want to pursue? Is it a fitness routine you want to follow? Is it the belly fat you want to lose? Is it a skill you want to develop? Is it a relationship you want to improve? 

What are your goals? Is there something in you that is lying dormant, waiting to be drawn out? It’s time to make a game plan and execute.

Stop procrastinating. Enough of the excuses. Growth is not an automatic process, we need be intentional and strategic. We need to own our life, nobody else will.

Change or a new habit requires commitment, patience, and hard work. Be ready to play the long game. Initial enthusiasm will eventually wear off. We won’t always feel motivated. That’s when we need to push ourselves and just do it.

There will be always people doing something better than you. But let that not stop you. There is nothing to prove to anybody. Our self-worth is not wrapped-up in our performance, how we look, achievements or what others say.

Our self-worth is in God who created us and endowed us with potential for many things. It’s asking ourselves how far we can go, how better we can get and then going for it. We can enjoy the journey of realizing our potential without any pressure.

Get started, take the first step. A little effort or slow progress towards your goal is better than not starting at all. Just do it.

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Life is short. Never settle.

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