Motivate Yourself | Note 208
Your success depends on your ability to take action.
“Just thinking about starting and finishing an important task motivates you and helps you overcome procrastination. The fact is, the time required to complete an important job is often the same as the time required to do an unimportant job. The difference is that you get a tremendous feeling of pride and satisfaction from completing something valuable and significant.”
The quote above is from the international bestselling book “Eat The Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time” by Brian Tracy.
Today’s Note: Motivate Yourself
You will always have important and unimportant tasks. Some tasks won’t motivate or inspire you, and that’s okay. You are free to choose what you do, how you do it, and when you do it. But know, your success depends on your ability to take action and balance your time. Knowing that, why not tackle the most important things first. Why wouldn’t you motivate yourself to get things done?