Rohn's definition of Failure: A few errors in judgment repeated every day.
Simple, but precise. Not huge, ginormous, embarrassing blunders. Just a few errors in judgment repeated every day. Are there things in your life that you know you need to do, but don't?
What about saving money? "I don't make enough money to save. The kids need to go out to eat. We're just not there yet."
What about exercising? "I am too tired. I don't feel that great. It's too cold."
What about your study habits? "I just got invited to watch a movie down the hall. Besides, I have all day and I'll get to it tonight."
What you put off now may not hurt you today, but it will bite you later. You may say, "I didn't study a lick of notes all day and I still have a strong grade in the class at bedtime." Come on. You've got to be smarter than that. You have got to see that your current path will have major consequences in the not too distant future.
On the flip side, Rohn defines Success as: A few simple disciplines practiced every day.
Again, simple, but right on. Start saving $20 a month. Go for the walk around the block. Start eating an apple instead of a candy bar. Go through The 4 Study Steps. Take great notes in class. Study those notes immediately after class. Do your reading. Begin working on that Dreaded Project...NOW! Stop making excuses and messing around! By putting things off, you are adding more stress to your life and are creating more work for yourself later on. However, the sooner you can get started, the sooner you will stop being afraid of the big Dreaded Project and the sooner you can get things done and get on with your life.
Do your current actions determine your path for Failure or Success? Do you need to make some changes to your life right now? I wouldn't wait until tomorrow. Start NOW and notice the immediate impact on your economic future, peace, productivity, and excitement in your life.