Yesterday I went with my son to an art show here in town.

It was blistering hot outside and had to walk for more than half a mile looking at art and other cool stuff.

I actually LOVE going to art shows and such.

Anyways, I had a discussion with him about when he was going to set up his new business selling luxury watches.

His response was…to say the least, underwhelming.

It all came down to the “I'll do it tomorrow” type of response.

I HATE that.

Procrastination is one of my pet peeves.

I told him that if you are going to do something…..DO IT.

Don't wait and put it off.

That is what losers do.

And I don't want anybody to be a loser.

Especially my son, or anyone reading this.

How many times have you put off doing something only to later on, go “I should have done that”?

If you are like the majority of the population, probably a bunch.

But, I have a feeling you are different.

Are you different?

Are you the type of person that takes action to get what they want out of life?

To have what you want?

Or…are you the type of person that makes excuses and complaints about why they are putting off something?

If you are reading this, I don't think that is you….At least I hope not.

Never put off until tomorrow, what you can get accomplished today.

That is a HUGE rule of the 1%….The SUPER successful.

Be like them, and you will have what they have.

If you are that type of person, join the Inner Circle and let's get you on the road to trading success.

No more waiting.

Waiting is for losers….and you are NOT one of them.

You CAN do this.

You CAN be a super successful trader that makes consistent returns.

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About the Author

Karma Senge is a currency trader & analyst, a commercial real estate investor, and entrepreneur. Through his popular podcast, Supercharge Your Trading, Karma shares advice on how to achieve that coveted title of CPT (Consistently Profitable Trader), wealth, entrepreneurship, and business with millions of people in 30 countries.