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Good intentions are a crutch for procrastinators.

While optimism is positive...procrastinators might as well just throw away good intentions...it becomes a LIE and just aggravates people....

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In my opinion, procrastinators don't get things done because they don't have good time management skills, and don't prioritize tasks. They aggrivate the crap out of me! Ha!

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Whatever is your pleasure, Brian. 😊

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Hmm. Nothing good about the dark place or the road that proverbially leads to it. I say it’s paved with sin.

Mashas avatar Masha Disagree +2Reply
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Right you are, Brian, you have to act on the good intentions.

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You (W) and S would hate the living Hell out of me, lol; I'd have you two macraméing your fingers over the irritation I'd cause ;)

Good intentions are just that - nothing less, nothing more. With some issues there are multifaceted considerations that might keep decisions on edge.

Doesn’t matter if the intentions are good or bad.

Mashas avatar Masha Disagree +2Reply

Good decisions are more a crutch for making bad decisions. A crutch for procrastinators is overthinking and inaction.

Vrendowls avatar Vrendowl Disagree 0Reply

A crutch...?

I never heard of that method.

Oh, wait... you said procrastinate.

Never mind. biggrin smilie

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