we are never ready

How many of us fall into the delusion of convincing ourselves that, after the next deadline, when I finish that paper, once I have settled down in my new job (or after quitting my job), once that's over and sorted out, I will finally get myself to do what I came here to do, which is take the necessary steps towards what I believe will lead me to a good and meaningful life?

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we will cross this bridge
Looks like it's widely assumed that the secret of success lies in deciding what to do, then making a plan for it and doing it. The problem is that it rarely works that way.

The PLANNING part is the easy one, at least the most consistent, but the DOING part is where it gets tricky. When you are trying to implement your plan, it either gets altered with interruptions and

Procrastination is an emotional problem

We all procrastinate. And we do it especially with the important tasks, or the most difficult and demanding ones. But it’s not because we are lazy or we aren’t motivated enough. If you procrastinate, first, it might be that that particular task, really matters to you. But it’s hard, difficult, requires effort and it can put your performance (and yourself?) into question. Reason why we

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