The sixth principle in my willpower series states:
Procrastination must end now!
Don’t even finish reading this post.
No information on this planet is worth your procrastination.
Passive consumption comes from weakness, and whatever springs from weakness is bad.
As soon as you have one reason to not follow your True Will at this very instant, you might as well tear your entire plan apart; for this one reason alone has rendered it worthless.
You want to start on Monday?
This means not following your True Will until Monday. You have failed.
You want to start tomorrow?
This means not following your True Will today. You have failed.
You want to start after finishing this one last _______?
This means not following your True Will right now. You have failed.
Even making a plan means not following your True Will.
You need to structure your True Will, yes, and write it down, with your hands, on a piece of paper. But if that’s where you hold for now because you’ve just conceived a plan, then you have already failed.
This post is short. This post doesn’t contain links. This post has no pictures.
You may use this post on the regular as a means to procrastinate your procrastination, and then discard it.
You may come back, after you’ve actualized your True Will, to tell me in the comment section what you have learned. Yet in this moment, all that matters is: