Welcome back to my blog series, now entitled Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, and Pursuing Purpose! As I mentioned in my previous post, When Procrastination Becomes a Stronghold, I took a few days off, away from the computer, to work on priority projects, as well as enjoy some family time.
I’m working on catching up posts, and plan to get caught up this week. For now, however — for what would have been the equivalent of an Aug. 10th post — I want to interrupt my series for a special announcement:
This series is a work in progress; it is also a bit of a personal journey, combining a confession of a recognized character flaw and ongoing struggle, with a strategy to overcome this weakness. It is my hope that by sharing these sometimes painful revelations, others who stop by to read will find some inspiration of their own to overcome their own areas of procrastination or other character flaws.
Part of my time away involved “practicing what I preach” — so to speak — and working on some high priority projects that I had been guilty of putting off for far too long. That, and my revelation in last night’s post, brought me to the decision of modifying my series to discuss prioritizing as a bridge between overcoming procrastination and pursuing purpose.
So I’ll pick up on that topic of “Prizing Prioritizing” in the next post!
The willingness to accept responsibility for one’s own life
is the source from which self-respect springs.