How to beat procrastination

Many people procrastinate because they fear they’ll look foolish if they fail.

It took Edison over 10,000 failed attempts to discover the tungsten filament that worked in the incandescent light bulb. A reporter asked him how he went on working in the face of so many failures. Edison told the reporter that each failure gave him hope; every time he failed, he knew…

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