Establishing Our Priorities

This may seem a bit backward, but since I have been “off the blog wagon” for 10 days, I seem to be working backwards in reflection mode!  So going back to my two previous posts about prioritizing and balancing our priorities, before we can establish our priorities, we need to know what they are! Photo … Read more

Balancing Our Priorities

Here we go, continuing my series on Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, and Pursuing Purpose. After suggesting in the previous post that we should learn to prioritize our priorities, a companion idea is to balance our priorities. Even important tasks and obligations can become off-balance if we don’t pay attention, and do what is necessary to … Read more

When Procrastination Becomes a Stronghold

Welcome back to my blog series on Preventing Procrastination and Pursuing Purpose!  I had to take a few days off, away from the computer, to prioritize and deal with some other obligations, as well as enjoy some family time (I think I should have added “Prizing Prioritizing” to my blog series title and planned posts … Read more

Dangers of Procrastination

This next post in my blog series on Preventing Procrastination and Pursuing Purpose is about some of the dangers we expose ourselves to when we procrastinate. I’m not necessarily talking about how neglecting or delaying doing something can be bad for our health or place us in the path of danger, although those are worth … Read more

How Procrastination Interferes with Potential

I thought the next post in my blog series on Preventing Procrastination and Pursuing Purpose should be a further exploration and discussion about how procrastination interferes with potential.     Remember, the word potential means “capable of being but not yet in existence” or “capable of development into actuality.” Here’s  another explanation or example to … Read more

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