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3. Delaying work that is difficult makes work even more difficult. A leak on roof may not be harmful if it doesn't rain; but once it rains, water goes into house resulting in wet floors and carpets and eventually, extent of damage could be more than can be imagined.
4. When we are not sure if work that needs to be done will be effective, we must seek advice from people who are more knowledgeable on this field. Procrastinating won't help.
5. Delayed work due to incomplete materials will remain delayed unless we fill in incomplete items. Again, procrastinating won't help.
6. Make a list of all pending work in house and post it on refrigerator door to constantly remind us about them.
Bottom line is:
We may feel lazy at times and tend to delay some work that needs our attention. It's understandable that 'starting' to get a job done is most difficult part, but once you have started, half of job is already done and second half will be easy.
Every time you feel like procrastinating, picture yourself as job that needs to be done - like a prisoner wherein justice being delayed results to justice being denied.
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