There are no guarantees so stop procrastinating

I was listening to Trevor Chapman’s podcast this morning and he was having a conversation about being a salesmen. He mentioned that procrastinators are searching for a guarantee. How true is that?

My entire life I’ve been an executor. I come up with an idea, I execute it. As quickly and efficiently as possible. Sure, some projects could have used some more thought, but if I hadn’t started executing I probably never would have got them done.

My cycle in life has been execute, fail, execute, fail, execute, fail, execute, success!, execute fail, execute fail, execute success!, execute success!

Failure is the opportunity to obtain knowledge.

Stop procrastinating. There are no guarantees in life in any aspect. If you have an idea and you think it will better from it do it.