Make Every Hour Count

Don't count every hour in the day

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

“Don’t count every hour in the day, make every hour in the day count.”— Unknown

We’re most productive when we make every hour in the day count than if we count every hour. Someone who procrastinate counts every hour in the day, because the procrastinator wants to know how long can he or she delays before he or she does something to completion. So when we’re left with only a small amount of time, we feel compel to do something before a deadline. Then we must ask ourselves, what belief or thought that’s stopping us from starting sooner than later. We have the belief that we don’t have the capacity to do something or to learn something. With this belief, we look for evidence to prove to ourselves if this is true. We even set situations up where we procrastinated as a result do mediocre job because we didn’t have enough time to do our best the first time. Counting every hour is just more thinking, but if we make every hour count, and then we are doing.

Don’t count every hour in the day, make every hour in the day count. — Unknown Click To Tweet

 

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