What you argue for; you get

Call it serendipity or whatever but sometimes you should be thankful for getting a kick in the rear at just about the right time!

I’m too tired to do it.

I have too much to do tonight.

I have a busy day tomorrow.

It’s going to be too late tonight.

I haven’t even finished the first lessons, what’s the use of continuing, I’ll catch it again if it’s offered another time.

What you argue for; you get.

Paul Martinelli

I literally sold myself on “I don’t think I can focus on writing right now. Perhaps later in the day.” Does that sound familiar?

The solution — do it anyway! It doesn’t have to be perfect but an effort has to be made. A failed effort is much better than the perfect effort that you never put in.

What’s your argument?

 

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