Wait For It

December 2015
Ebony;Dec2015/Jan2016, Vol. 71 Issue 2/3, p104
The article discusses how to address procrastination in order to accomplish one's own goals. Writing down goals is said to be important as it gives them physical representation. Other recommended steps to take include setting clear goals, being practical, and sharing desires and enthusiasm with people who will be supportive.


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