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Do It Today: Overcome Procrastination, Improve Productivity, and Achieve More Meaningful Things

Darius Foroux

Top 10 Best Quotes

“Life doesn’t stop. And every single second, we’re getting closer to death.”

“I have a set of daily habits that help me to be in control of my life. I journal, read, set daily priorities, and don’t consume useless information.”

“Your life stops when learning stops”

“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.”

“One thing we have to remind ourselves is that the people who think they know everything are the biggest losers in life.”

“Yeah, yeah, you have the memory of an elephant. Or you’re so smart that you remember everything, right? WRONG. Not writing down your thoughts, ideas, tasks, etc, is stupid. Why? Because you’re wasting a lot of brain power when you rely on your memory. When you write everything down, you can use your brainpower for other things. Like solving problems. That’s actually useful and advances your career.”

“published in the American Psychological Society journal, by Dianne Tice and Roy Baumeister discusses the cost of procrastination. It is related to: Depression Irrational beliefs Low self-esteem Anxiety Stress Procrastination is not innocent behavior. It’s a sign of poor self-regulation. Researchers even compare procrastination to alcohol and drug abuse. It’s serious. And I’ve experienced that for many years.”

“if you want to climb the corporate ladder, you have to form alliances, be strategic, outperform your targets, and be great at what you do.”

“In the beginning of each semester, I was the coolest dude on the planet. Relaxing, going out, enjoying myself. Big time. I experienced no stress whatsoever. However, about a week before my exams, I would freak out.”

“Checking is not a useful thing. It might be a verb, but it’s not a real action. When I started blogging, I always checked my stats for no reason. Then I thought: What’s the outcome of checking? Nothing. You just consume information. I try to keep my “checking” at a minimum. That’s why I deleted all news and social media apps on my phone. I don’t even have email on my phone. Otherwise, I check it all the time. I don’t want that. I only want to check my email when I have time to answer emails.”

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