To short a stock is to sell it before you own it. You sell it today and agree to deliver in the future because you believe the cost will go down and you will be able to buy it at a cheaper price.
When you put off tasks to the future, you are doing the same thing with your time.
Every action you take has a cost, and when you leave for tomorrow what you could do today, you communicate a lot about the way you value your time.
- Shorting your own stock
- Opportunity cost
- If you get better every day, the value of your time in the future goes up
- Valuing future time less when you should actually value it more
- If you can do it now, do it
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