Tomorrow is Another Day

Tomorrow

How Many of Us Say “Tomorrow is Another Day”?

Yes, it is, but often these words are our way of procrastinating, putting off things that need to be done.  One of the worst instances of this is when we have a new idea, something creative, original or challenging. If we run with the idea while it is hot with passion we are likely to succeed, but once we say – tomorrow is another day, we’ve already decided to put it in the too hard basket.

Killing Your Inspiration

Next time you get a seemingly brilliant idea, don’t wait until tomorrow take at least one step that moves towards the idea, then tomorrow take another no matter how small the step may be. For although tomorrow is another day, today is the mother of tomorrow, so what you create today has a follow on effect tomorrow. One step, that’s all it takes to keep things rolling.

Put a ban on procrastination and get things moving,

Dee.

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