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Would it be wrong to call a disease?

Many are suffering from it but nobody does anything to cure it.

While lazing around definitely keeps one well-rested, it also holds people back from achieving success in work, relationships, business, and countless other aspects of life.

Laziness is also often confused with procrastination. Well, the two terms are neither interchangeable nor are they to be confused with each other.

Procrastination is when you deliberately delay a task at hand to do something else, like browsing your social at work instead of finishing up your tasks.

Laziness, on the other hand…


An empty picture frame by a white wall, standing on a wooden top.
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I wrote this back in 2014. I was writing after a long hiatus and I don’t remember the state of mind I was in when I wrote it. It recently turned up in Facebook and I wanted to share it with the world. So, here it is:

What would I be
When I die?
Nothing.
Nothing but a memory.

An empty seat perhaps,
A vacant side on the bed,
A feeling never expressed,
Or a call that never came.

What would I be
When I die?
Nothing.
Not even a forgotten memory.

By
Majid Saeed.
Circa 2014


Before I get into this, I want to make one thing very clear, this article is written with a focus on writers specifically. Being one myself, I know writers don’t require too much to be productive. A word processor, a browser, and an internet connection is all that we need most of the times. However, the setup shared here can work for social media marketers, video editors, and graphic designers in certain scenarios. That being said, let’s start.

So, recently I came across this rant on a Facebook group. …

Abdul Majid Saeed

Professional ghostwriter. Tech and car enthusiast. A family man. Working on a book. For my services https://www.majidwrites.com

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