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A fine line between PREPARATION and PROCRASTINATION

A fine line between PREPARATION and PROCRASTINATION

Getting ready can become a distraction.

Being prepared is overrated: start before you feel ready.

Being successful is not about your ability to plan, but your ability to act.

You may make more mistakes at first if you decide to start acting before you feel ready, but the long-term compound effect of learning from these mistakes will get you closer to your goals than any amount of preparation.

The illusion of a perfect time to start is holding you back.

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I'm a Deepstasher passionate about history, art and community projects.

Procrastination is such an obstacle for creative perfectionists that sometimes we could use a reminder to just do things. Stop overthinking.

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