Stop Procrastinating. Get Started Now!

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Are you procrastinating on doing something? You should do it now. Do it now and get it over with. Do it now and it’ll get done sooner, and then you won’t have to worry about it anymore. 

The Law of Diminishing Intent states that the longer you wait to do something that you should be doing now, the chances of you actually doing it decreases. It means that the longer you procrastinate, the possibility of you getting it done becomes less likely.

Procrastinating doesn’t bring you closer to your goal. Procrastinating doesn’t bring you closer to success. It keeps you where you are and prevents you from where you deserve to be.

You owe it to yourself to take action. If not, then think of people you care about, and do it for them.

So, right now, as you’re reading this, think of what you need to do. Think of how you’re going to do it, and get started, now.



Roderick Conwi is the Executive Editor at Nourishment Notes. He is also the author of The Procrastinator's Quick Guide To Getting It Done. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.

Let’s Build a Better World

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The world has enough pain and suffering. You may feel it right now or have encountered your own fair share. We don’t need to bring more negativity into the world than there has to be.

I have a crazy idea.

Let’s work to build a better world. Let’s not accept the world that we’ve been given, but work towards what the world can be.

We can make the air more breathable, make our cities and towns safer, and make our children’s futures brighter. You may have far-fetched dreams, but if it’s worth it, it’s worth working towards.

Let’s do it for each other, future generations, and ourselves.


Roderick Conwi is the Executive Editor at Nourishment Notes. He is also the author of The Procrastinator's Quick Guide To Getting It Done. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.

Strength Comes in Various Forms

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A few days ago, a friend of my spouse came over to hang out with her. They chit chatted a lot about what friends usually chat about, and later on I joined the conversation. 

We were talking about the people in our lives, and for some reason, she made some comments about me not being a strong person. I forgot exactly what she said (probably a defense mechanism), but I felt a little insulted. 

Then I had to remind myself one important thing: she barely knows me. Even though I’ve known her for years, she still has no idea who I really am. Maybe because I’m outwardly cool, calm, and have a sense of humor, that it didn’t fit her stereotypical view of what a strong person was. 

I am friendly, I am kind, and I am understanding. But when the situation calls for it, I am assertive, tough, and direct. I may not always feel like it, but I do consider myself very strong.

Strength comes in many forms. It comes in the form of a person dealing with depression who gets up and faces the challenges of everyday life. It looks like someone who decides to battle cancer. It looks like vulnerability. It looks like someone speaking up when something is unjust. Strength looks like confidence in yourself and your abilities.  

Strength is you being the very best version of you.



Roderick Conwi is the Executive Editor at Nourishment Notes. He is also the author of The Procrastinator's Quick Guide To Getting It Done. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.