You are more likely to make mistakes when you act only on past experiences.
Rosy thoughts about the future can’t exist when your mind is full of
the blues about the past.
The past is always going to be the way it was. Stop trying to change it.
The more you look back, the less you will get ahead.
Ask yourself: “If I don’t take action now, what will it ultimately cost me?”
When a procrastinator has finally made up his mind, the opportunity
has usually passed by.
What you put off until tomorrow, you’ll probably put off tomorrow too.
“Someday” is not the day of the week.
Doing nothing is the most tiresome job in the world.
When you won’t start, your difficulties won’t stop.
Tackle any difficulty now – the longer you wait, the bigger it grows.
Procrastinators never have small problems because they always wait
until their problems grow up
In the game of life, nothing is less important then the score at halftime.
“The tragedy of life is not that man loses, but that he almost wins.”
Don’t leave before the miracles happens!
The race is not always to the swift but to those who keep on running.
Some people wait so long the future is gone before they got there.
The first step to overcoming procrastination is to eliminate all
excuses for not taking action.
Human beings are made for love. Underneath lies a powerful aching to
love and be loved.
The only difference between the best performance and the worst
performance is the variation in our self-talk. Dorothy and Bette
“You are lovable still, you are valid, you are there.”
The way you treat your body, the way you keep it smoothly
functioning, will interconnect with the way you feel about yourself.
Conscience takes up more room than all the rest of a person’s insides.
Author: Margie Gellor is a Writer, Public Speaker and Budding Photographer, she can be reached