Procrastination (and Netflix) kills your ability to spend your time more wisely.
Megan Gebhart is a writer, storyteller, speaker and creator of 52 Cups of Coffee. It’s an experiment during which she travelled the world interviewing
I learned from many situations in my life that the only way to a better self leads through discomfort.
If you ever embrace minimalism, please be aware of the inevitable consequences:
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Do you struggle with building self-discipline? Did you ever create fancy plans and then you couldn’t stick to them even for a few days? Do you lose motivation whenever it comes to actually taking action? In my book In Control: 5 Weeks to Stronger Self-Discipline you’ll learn how to prepare yourself for making a change… Continue reading
Many times, all you need to achieve your goal is a willpower. You literally don’t need anything else except that one skill.
Procrastination is a plague upon contemporary life. For some, it is no worse than the common cold, but there are many whose dreams are crippled by the disease,
I love being productive and getting things done. Not because I like the meretricious feeling of busy-ness, I just love the accomplishment that comes afterwards.
Some time ago, I decided to be minimalistic. Not because it’s trendy and sounds fancy to describe myself as a minimalist.