Stop Procrastinating and Invest In Yourself for Your Success… The Rule of Compounded Interest

You, your life, your work, etc. is constantly a work in progress. If there is something that you do not like about your life, or you feel that things have gone stagnant… it is up to you to make a way to CHANGE it.

One of the best things you can do is drop the excuses, and make the effort to squeeze the time out of your day that you need to improve yourself. Even an INVESTMENT of 5 to 15 minutes daily to read, learn a new skill, practice a skill, being engaged in deep learning, etc. can MAKE a DIFFERENCE in your life.


There are no overnight success stories, only success brought about by committed, steady, progressive effort over time. It may take longer than you think, but realize that the time and energy you spend into a thing, is going to give you more of that thing. It only takes 30 days of consistent effort into doing something, to turn it into a habit.

What is it that you want more of in your life? Do you want to read more about certain topics, to be abreast with changing trends? Do you want to know more about nutrition and your personal health? Do you want to tackle a challenge that you have left on the back burner for the longest, and felt you just simply didn’t have enough time to address it?


Until you find your source of intrinsic motivation, and no longer allow yourself to be a plaything of external sources… you will never discover your true potential, develop your character to a higher degree, and achieve beyond the status quo and mediocre standards that so many readily accept because it is easier.

The way is not easy, but it is simple. INVEST in YOURSELF!





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Grit N Vinegar is the home of emerging writer, Alex Smith. Focusing on short stories, flash fiction, and poetry, Alex has been published in Sick Lit Magazine and often seeks out new places to submit her writing. Find me @gritNvinegar on Twitter!

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