If you’re anything like most of the people I know, you need help. Trust me, you really do.
In today’s society, procrastination is almost an art form, something that a certain group of people have perfected to such a degree of proficiency that not only do they believe their own excuses, but the people around them do too. Almost every person old enough to talk is at least mildly proficient at procrastination; I’d say I fall somewhere between “Exceeds Expectations” and “Jedi”. But when it comes to the things that matter to me, that I dream about every day and night, I’m also a master at cutting through the procrastination and getting work done. Continue reading “Stop Procrastinating”