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Why Procrastination Is The Thief of Time

Why Procrastination Is The Thief of Time
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Do you ever find yourself procrastinating?

Of course you do. We all do.
But have you ever stopped to think about the true cost of procrastination...

How much procrastinating is really costing you?

"Procrastination is the thief of time." - Edward Young

Here are 3 reasons procrastination is the thief of time:

1. Time never stops, never slows down, is always moving.

2. Once it's gone, it's gone forever.

3. Therefore, time is the one resource that can never be replaced.

If you spend money, you can always get it back.

If you expend energy, you can usually replenish it.

But all of Bill Gates's billions can't buy one minute of yesterday.

What have you been telling yourself you'll do when you "have more time?"

What have you been putting off?

What are you saying you'll do "someday"?


You'll never have more time than you have right now.

There is no time when you'll have more time.

Time simply IS.

It is only our USE of time that matters.

One thing that separates highly successful people (the Naturals) from non-successful people is that the Naturals do not waste time.

What are you putting off in your life... your relationships... your business?

Are you ready to face your fears and find the freedom you're craving?...

I believe in you!


Noah St. John, Author The Book of Afformations®

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