Preventing Procrastination: Exploring How Procrastination Interferes with Potential

Happy Sunday! How is your weekend going? Probably going by too fast, right? I thought the next post in my blog series on Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, 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 … Read more

Preventing Procrastination: Inability to Fulfill Your Potential

It’s Saturday night! I am continuing with my series on Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, and Pursuing Purpose. The next post in my blog series is: Procrastination is an inability to fulfill our potential.      This is a topic I’ve discussed before, so I’m going to borrow some content from earlier posts.   The word … Read more

Preventing Procrastination: Be Willing to Finish What You Start

Happy Friday night! I am continuing with my series on Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, and Pursuing Purpose. For today, the focus is on this rather uncomfortable thought: Procrastination is being unwilling to finish what you start. Ouch!   It makes me experience a strange combination of feelings, including anger, defensiveness, frustration, and guilt. Am I … Read more

Preventing Procrastination: Contemplate the Dangers

This next post in my blog series on Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, 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 … Read more

Preventing Procrastination: Pulling Down the Stronghold

Welcome back to my blog series on Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, and Pursuing Purpose–a rerun of the series I initially published between 2013-2014! In this post, we will continue to discuss procrastination. For those of us who have struggled/continue to struggle with procrastination…WHY is it so difficult to overcome? Let’s see…     *Ongoing issues … Read more

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