We all come to procrastinate with things, even those things which we know are best for us to do in the given day. We tend to get stuck with too much on our minds from yesterday that bog down our best notions in the moment. Frustrations and disappointments of the past come to weigh us down.
We know that the highest level of achievement comes from the highest level of expectations for ourselves. There is no value or benefit in hanging onto the trials and emotions of yesterday, as they lessen our focus on today and tomorrow. Learn of course from the past, but quickly forego the emotions and memories associated with them so that you hold still to higher expectations.
Look to tomorrow rather than yesterday. The purpose and the goal to expect much should not be forsaken by any factor that would lessen our level of success.
“I am not interested in the past. I am interested in the future, for that is where I expect to spend the rest of my life.” — Charles Kettering —