When it comes to achieving our larger life goals, we may feel like they are unachievable and a bit intimidating. It is no secret, however, that in order to achieve a huge goal or complete a huge tasks, one must follow a series of smaller and purposeful tasks in order to accomplish something larger over time. The idea of accomplishing smaller goals on the route to a larger one requires a lot of discipline and continued productivity on a day-to-day bases. One of the problems with this reality is that it does not mold well into our current daily mentality of instant gratification. When we expect that we should instantly get whatever we want, because our technology has made our lives so convenient, we immediately get bored or too tired to put in the work to achieve a steady, long-term goal. If you are looking to become more productive, read this article today to learn how instant gratification may contradict the discipline needed for long-term efficiency.
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