Or anything else that matters.

A remarkable, glorious achievement is just what a long series of unremarkable, unglorious tasks looks like from far away.

No one “builds a house.” They lay one brick again and again and again and the end result is a house. Procrastinators are great visionaries—they love to fantasize about the beautiful mansion they will one day have built—but what they need to be are gritty construction workers, who methodically lay one brick after the other, day after day, without giving up, until a house is built.

Step one is to stop procrastinating and take the first step.

If you have a problem starting, read this two part series on how to overcome procrastination. The above quote is from part 2.

Part 1: Why Procrastinators Procrastinate 

Part 2: How to Beat Procrastination

Sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences. – Robert Louis Stevenson

Procrastinate: To drag one’s ass in such a pathetic manner…as to ensure one’s place in life as a loser. –  A Love Song for Bobby Long

Procrastination is the long slow good-bye to your life just as Parkinson’s is the long slow good-bye to control of your body. – The Goals Guy

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