Today I will let go of procrastination
I will take a look at why I put off responsibilities and how I can change this behavior.
- Do I feel that I won’t do certain tasks well enough or that they’re too overwhelming?
- Do I set specific standards for myself and then fail because I’ve set them too high?
- Do I expect perfection from myself and then put off what I fear will be imperfect?
As long as I accomplish my tasks to the best of my ability, I will succeed.
I can jump in with both feet when necessary and feel proud that I at least started what I needed to do.
Nothing can ever be completed without starting it first.
When I procrastinate, I will never get where I need to go, and eventually I will become overwhelmed and buried underneath all the things I refused to start.
Today I will let go of the desire to put off what needs to be done now.
You are reading from the book: Time to Fly Free by Judith R. Smith
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