Every choice, every action is a wager you make to yourself. You bet your time on which task to take, you bet your reputation over your projects to choose. Every moment, by taking action or staying numb in inaction, you are making a wager. What do you plan to to bet today?
Beginning of this semester I had decided to be rock this semester. I was all motivated and ready to put plans and executing them. It was all going very well. I was waking up in the morning, attending classes, and keeping up with my work while having fun and doing other things too. I was sure on the path of
I noticed that right after my university mid semester break, things started to go off balance for me. I was bunking classes, lagging behind in my work, sittign on my ass all day and basically not doing anything. I would wake up late, spend a lot of time over the internet; basically sitting alone in room and not do anything. I would barely get anywork done. It took me a long time to get back on track and bandwagon ahead, and I was swamped with all the work that I had ignored earlier and things went ugly.
So here I am thinking to myself, how can I avoid this situation.
And I have come to a realization that could be based solely on my own experience, but I think everyone can draw something out of it. It is the way you start your mornig. If you get off your bed and get ready, take a shower and get to work, your day is already off to a productive start But if you sit on your ass, dilly dally and don’t get off your room you are just stuck there.
The problem is how to do it consistently. Well, it is something I am still figuring out. A few ideas, maybe ask a friend or family to check on you. Keep a reminder to tell yourself.
I am going to try both and see what works.
Good luck to me :)
Late to bed, early to rise. Work like hell and advertise.
—Wernher von Braun
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Always Sunny Interview on Free Radio
For a while today, on Twitter feed, you could only see your own post.
I think it was twitters way to cutting out all the noise of other tweets and put a mirror in front of us and see what exactly are we spewing forth.
I don’t think Twitter would want people to realize that!