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Great article! It sure does make sense to forgive yourself from past failure or under-performance. It frees up all your mind and emotions to get focused on the task at hand.

Procrastination Free Living

Nice you have another definition to idea to avoid the word procrastination.. thanks


Great study. One more reason to forgive. Thanks for sharing.

Cindy O'Keeffe

Very timely! I just tweeted about the difference between percolating and procrastinating as a result of some conversations with clients.


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