just because you don't necessarily get it done within the speculated time frame (of the next 24 hours), doesn't mean you WON'T actually do it ever.
"Tomorrow", to the procrastin8r, is really a word used to say "at some point in the future".
But that's the thing, it will happen. **You'll make it happen. You believe you CAN make it happen.
You're just putting it off...for a bit.**
There's admiration in that attitude. I mean you're NOT saying you can't or won't or even that you're unable.
Rather you hold a positive belief that you can and will achieve whatever sort of task you say will get done "tomorrow".
Forward thinking. I like that. That's a good thing.
You don't doubt yourself for a minute or let insecurities get the best of you. You have pure confidence in what you can do.
You say "Hey! I can do this. I just don't feel like it right now. Maybe later. Like tomorrow or something."
Let me tell you, having that confidence, having that forward-thinking belief that you can do it no matter what, is the fundamental attitude you need to attain any goal you set for yourself.
I mean there are people they doubt themselves, hate themselves, beat themselves up. Tell themselves "I can't" or "I won't". They'll say to themselves "NEVER"...a big word, never.
That's such a concrete word too. It's so decisive.
"Tomorrow", on the other, leaves the door open to possibility. I mean maybe you'll get it done, maybe ya won't. But that's certainly a step ahead of "I'll NEVER do it."
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