“I should get that done; I’ll do it later.”
Sound familiar? It’s called procrastination and we all do it, but for some it’s a way of life.
Procrastination makes you feel both indecisive and guilty – indecisive because you choose to postpone what must be done and guilty for not doing, now, what you need to do. The more often you procrastinate, the weaker you feel.
If you’re in the habit of putting things off, try this. Next time you’re faced with a project, take a look at what you want to accomplish. Tune into the reasons for your resistance and then honestly ask yourself, “Is this something I can start, now?” Most of the time the answer is “Yes.” So, start!
See yourself as someone who makes solid decisions. When you commit to something honor yourself and stick with it until it’s done. You’ll empower yourself and the desire to procrastinate will, slowly, disappear.
Feel the appreciation, happiness, and gratefulness for all that surrounds you and all that is within you.
Being rich is not about how much money you get. It’s about how much meaning you give.
You don’t need a lot of stuff to be rich. In fact, the less you need, the richer you are.
Be genuinely joyful, and you are as rich as anyone can ever be. See the real beauty in even the smallest things, and every day, every situation becomes an unending source of richness.
Being rich is being able to lovingly give of yourself. And that depends not on the size of your bank account, but on your simple choice to do so.
When it comes to being rich, what’s on the inside is vastly more important than what’s on the outside. Being rich is feeling rich, and you can do that in any circumstance.
Being rich is fully appreciating and expressing the immense value your life has in every moment. Being rich is how you can be right now, and always.
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