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Procrastination is the killer of your dreams

What is the number one Killer of our dreams and hopes? Procrastination..!

Most of the time, we are not aware of our procrastination. This dangerous and destructive habit, suck our soul of productivity and creativity. We lose 90% to 95% of our potential because of it. We wait until and unless we are forced to do something.

The work of creation, which was due in May of the previous year, is still due this year. The questions which should be answered years ago are still unanswered. Most of us wait for some perfect time or situation or individual to do our most essential tasks in life.

Our primary concern is to concentrate 100% of our time, resources, and energies on urgent but not important works. We don’t have time to understand why we do these things we do. All hopes and inspirations vanish when we listen to our doctor that we have to die in a short period.

Then we remember we have lost our lives in the rat race, and we have lost our talents, skills to earn a living, which was only hand to mouth. I think death is the most important motivational factor in our lives.

We do, and people who did something for humanity were aware that they would leave this place, and in this short period, they made impossible, possible.

Anyone interested in a living life of contribution must avoid a perfectionist’s view of the life of procrastination. It’s up to you to value your time, which is life; you will not take time for granted.

It is a basic unit of life or existence on this planet. Don’t waste your precious time. Go and create your world from scratch.

Whatever you have experienced along life’s journey is a blessing. By procrastination, you block your path towards mental, emotional, and financial freedom.

 Stay tuned and blessed. Keep going…

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Senior writer, author, and researcher at AromaNish, specializing in Psychology with an impact on information technology. As a writer, he writes about business, literature, human psychology, and technology, in blogs and websites for clients and businesses. Enjoys reading, writing and traveling when he is not here with us...