My weekly post has been delayed…for no particular reason, which brings me straight to a big issue in my life, PROCASTINATING.
Why is it that it seems to be only me who leave everything to the last minute to then rather than doing it, pretend I wasn’t suppose to do it in the first place? I am so tired and miserable, because I am not getting things done, to move me forward to a happier and brighter place. I WANT to become a do-er… So how can I make that happen?
I am fully aware that when it comes to big tasks I get overwhelmed and because I don’t know where to start I push it forward, until I have forgotten why I wanted to do it in the first place.
I could write a whole essay with tasks I have collected over the years and not completed…yet!
To me it feels like a Monster task to change this behaviour, but on Valentine’s Day I decided that enough is enough… I need to show myself some love and just do it!
When I did a bit of reading about procrastinating, I realized that it’s pretty common. Not an excuse, just a fact.
When I read the following I decided I best get myself sorted…
“There are many ways to avoid success in life, but the most sure-fire just might be procrastination.”
Who wants to be unsuccessful? Not me. Better get my skates on.
I have found Hendrik Edbergs Positivity Blog very interesting;
I love this quote I found on his blog;
“Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the week.”
Isn’t that always the case…
Best go out there and DO something.
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