Work Now Is An Investment, Work Later is An Expense | CTDP Ep. 93


How many times have you had a project that was close to not getting done in time? It’s easy to procrastinate. It’s not so easy to put a halt to our entire day in order to get something done that could have been done sooner. 


On this episode of “Crushing The Day,” Drewbie teaches that when we set aside time each day to work towards our goals, our efforts become an investment instead of an expense. A small investment of time each day turns into an even bigger payoff later.


 This goes for our fitness, relationships, and business. Putting in the work every day benefits our fitness, relationships, and business. We invest in our success when we are able to break down our work into smaller achievable pieces. Tune in to learn more. 


What You’ll Learn:

  • How procrastination is costly.
  • Why one hour of work towards our goals each day is an investment. 
  • That procrastination could cost us our jobs and relationships when we don’t put in the time and the work it takes to have them. 

Favorite Quote:

“Doing the work now is an investment, waiting to do the work later makes it an expense.”

—Drewbie Wilson


How to get involved

Go to the CRUSHING THE DAY website to get involved!

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