You know what’s funny? How the time on your hands isn’t mostly used on your purpose and your goals then when something threatens that time you panic and complain, “Now I won’t have time to … . ” You’re consistent at being inconsistent. Tyler Durden’s first rule of innovation is “No fear. No distractions. The ability to let that which does not matter truly slide.” What happen to being an anti-crastinator? Hmmm? You do not look like success. You do not smell like success. You do not taste like success. And, I know you do not feel like a success at this moment. You need to runny nose read Outwitting The Devil again to fight this drifting you’re doing. You part of that 98% until you master it.

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