According to research, 20 percent of people can be described as chronic procrastinators. While we all tend to put off completing tasks once in a while, some of us struggle with getting tasks started or finished daily.
Welcome to your daily read. What is stopping you from exercising, organizing and creating healthy boundaries in your life. Is it procrastination?
Tell "Procrastination" it's time for him to check out.
“The greatest thief this world has ever produced is procrastination and he is still at large”~Henry Wheeler Shaw
Are there many things you know you should be doing and you are holding off until tomorrow? Me too! The problem with this is that this thief procrastination is that it stealing our time.
What causes this procrastination?
Studies have shown that procrastination often stems from deep-seated emotion. Only once the cause of procrastination is identified can techniques be applied to help overcome it.
Procrastination takes up residence in our comfort zone of thinking.
"You may delay, but time will not, and lost time is never found again." ~Benjamin Franklin
Let "do it now" become your mantra for the new year!
This is what I know chronic procrastinators often suffer from broken marriages, lost jobs, deflated dreams, financial disarray, and self-esteem issues. These are serious issues, and while putting off that task you’ve been dreading may seem harmless, it can, in fact, lead to severe consequences.
What’s more, procrastinating is not honoring our God-given time, which is a spiritual danger. To put off what we’re here on earth to do is to disobey God.
James 4:17 doesn’t mince words: “So for one who knows the right thing to do and does not do it, it is a sin” (NABRE).
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