Why You Can't Stop Working

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  1. Tamika does something that's freakishly unprofitable.
  2. "Things will turn around!", she tells herself.
  3. She continually sucks.

How We Humans Suck

  • We peeps continually leave our options open.
  • We keep piling on a million things to our to-do lists.
  • Everything and its mother is important to us.

That leaves us sucking each and everyday.

Instead of focusing our minds on only the very-berry-super-duper important stuff, we stress our minds to cover a billion things.

Result: S.U.C.K.

Our Human Tricks

Psychologically, we hate surrendering something.

We won't:

  • dump a TV show that used to be good but now sucks more than a Donnie and Marie sitcom.
  • dump a website we visit daily, which we know serves no positive benefit to our lives
  • dump some project that's draining cash like a mofo on a drug-induced ostrich that has a thing for pink elephants

Psychologists call it "loss aversion."

That is, we strongly prefer avoiding loss over acquiring gain.

So, we continue to:

  1. fattening our to-do lists
  2. watch bad sitcoms
  3. visit websites with masturbating bears

BOO!

Your brain tricks you to do incredulous things that ultimately harm your progress.

Here's how to combat it.

Combat Yo-Self

Do this:

  1. Today: Stop doing one thing.
  2. Tomorrow: Stop one more thing.
  3. The day after tomorrow: Stop another thing.
  4. Etcetera that mofosoko.

You'll gradually sharpen your focus to do the most beneficial things that will help you rock this world like David Mother-@!^^^@% Hasselhoff.

HIGH-FIVE!

"Today, I will stop: __."

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Posted on May 20

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