"Procrastination isn't the problem. It's the solution. So procrastinate now. Don't put it off."
I love epigrams like this.
Another is ee cummings, "Think twice before you think."
Such epigrams amuse me because so much of our human activity seems concerned with undoing some earlier doing.
We get so busy fixing our mistakes and that we make unforeseen new mistakes to fix later. It occurs to me that the most helpful thing to do in many situations is to sit back, take stock, and take a baby step in what you think is the direction to go. Of course, my mind is running pleasantly down this channel because my wife wants to clean out the garage—a task we've avoided for a couple of years—by Monday.
Probably best to get out of my pajamas and get my work clothes on.