By Ari Bussel
Taking the extra step is the least convenient yet most rewarding action one can do. A person was not feeling well, and you promised to check up on him. Then things got hectic, and you forgot, or you thought to yourself someone else will be checking up on him. Except no one ever does.
There is no one else involved, except you and your inner spirits: One veering you to laziness, inaction and complete satisfaction with inaction. The other punches you in the stomach, urging, encouraging even promising you an internal reward.