I think my procrastination is more rooted in distractions.
David Seitz Jr

Fair! And the big question I wonder, reading this, is:

Do the “distractions” make you happy, though?

And it’s not a trick question — they might! Many personalities are deeply energized by “brainstorming,” “pursuing side projects,” “exploring new ideas,” “trying new things,” etc, and maybe the opportunity to pursue lots of things adds more value and meaning to your life than having to go long and deep on one, and the “issue” here, if you feel there is one, is actually embracing this and resetting emotional expectations, or, in the least, understanding how to temper and balance it with whatever else makes you happy in the long-run


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