Procrastination. You’ve heard that word. Destroyation? You are probably scratching your head wondering if it is a real word. Well, don’t bother reaching for the dictionary. It’s not a real word. I made it up to suit my purpose. It rhymes better with procrastination.
The destruction of procrastination just didn’t sound anywhere near as good.
Procrastination. For millions of people that is a word that describes an affliction that will confine them to a life of mediocrity for the entire duration of their lives. How sad!
Procrastination. Excessive deliberation. Inability to make a decision. Inertia. Paralysis by analysis. It’s all these things and more.
Have you ever been confronted by procrastination? Maybe you are a life long victim of it. Not sure?
Here are some characteristics of procrastination:
- Cannot make a decision
- Cannot make a choice
- Continually torn between two or more options
- Excessive stalling or delaying tactics
- Little voice inside your head continually saying “later”
- Unable to make a start
- Just the thought of doing something is enough to exhaust you mentally over the pros and cons.
These are the characteristics of procrastination. Does any of that describe you?
Until you overcome this affliction nothing in your life is going to get any easier. In fact, the older you get, the more “set” in your ways you will become. If procrastination is part of that set then you are in trouble. You are automatically settling for less than what you could have or be.
Procrastination is the killer of achievement. If you allow indecision to run rampant in your life you will NEVER become an achiever. In effect, you are surrendering your talent and consigning it to obscurity.
To be born with talent and not to use it is the same as being born with no talent at all.
Wouldn’t you like to DESTROY procrastination once and for all? Yes, you probably do want to do that. Maybe tomorrow. Or next week. Or next month. Maybe next year. There you go. Round and round the mulberry bush – again!
Why not kill that procrastination disease right now? Yes? Yes! Come on…