Thursday, January 6, 2005
The sooner you start, the more you can accomplish. The more quickly you get going, the faster you will reach the goal.
Time will work for you when you make use of it as it comes. But the days and hours that you waste can never be reclaimed.
The moments that you fill with positive, productive and focused effort can continue to reward you for years to come. The earlier you start to build something of value, the more of it you’ll be able to create.
It may seem in this moment that the easiest choice is to put your efforts off until later. In reality, though, that choice only makes things more difficult for you.
In the long run, the easiest way to achieve is to get started now. For the sooner you start, the less time you’ll have to spend catching up.
Do you want to get the highest return for the time and effort you invest? The way to do that is to start right now.
Ralph MarstonYou choose About to get better
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