How can one be responsible?
Its been quite some time since I have been working as a freelancer, and it seems that I have been ignoring most of my responsibilities. I can identify it, acknowledge it, but I am find it almost impossible to get out of this hole !
I want to lead a better life that is much different from what I have, just that I am failing constantly to take actions which are well in reach and yet I feel helpless.
If you can identify it and acknowledge it then clearly you have already started on the correct path, you just need to stop being lazy and focus on what needs to be done. Prioritise your responsibilities and multi task.
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