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How to Stop ‘Later’ From Meaning ‘Never’

Protect your most important tasks from getting tossed into the perpetual ‘someday’ file

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TThe writer Shane Parrish, perhaps best known as a self-improvement guru for the Wall Street crowd, recently tweeted, “The four most dangerous words to accomplishing your dreams are: ‘I’ll do it later.’”

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Herbert Lui

Herbert Lui

Covering the psychology of creative work for content creators, professionals, hobbyists, and independents. Author of Creative Doing: https://www.holloway.com/cd

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