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Start Today

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Don’t wait until January 1st, or next Monday, or any other random date when you think everything will be perfectly aligned to start. Do something before today ends.

Do you want to get fit and still cannot go to the gym for some reason? Do 100 burpees today, or go for a run.

Do you want to read more? Try to read ten pages before going to bed.

Do you want to meditate or adopt any other habit? Start small; a minute or two of that activity, and you can increase that time tomorrow.

When January 1st or that Monday comes, you’ll already be on the journey, not on the sidelines. And more importantly, you would have overcome the procrastination, which was the real challenge, not the day you’re in, whether is December 29th or January 1st.

See you next year.

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