There are many ways to avoid success in life, but the most sure-fire just might be procrastination. Procrastinators sabotage themselves. People put obstacles in their own path. They actually choose paths that hurt their performance.
Twenty to fifty percent people survey identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. For them procrastination is a lifestyle. And it cuts across all domains of their life. They don't pay bills on time. They miss opportunities for buying tickets to concerts. They don't cash gift certificates or checks. They file income tax returns late. They leave their Christmas shopping until Christmas eve.
Procrastinators tell lies to themselves. Such as, "I'll feel more like doing this tomorrow." Or "I work best under pressure." But in fact they do not get the urge the next day or work best under pressure. In addition, they protect their sense of self by saying "this isn't important." Another big lie procrastinators indulge is that time pressure makes them more creative. Unfortunately they do not turn out to be more creative; they only feel that way. They squander their resources avoiding.
There are big costs to procrastination. Health is one. Just over the course of a single academic term, procrastinating college students had such evidence of compromised immune systems as more colds and flu, more gastrointestinal problems. And they had insomnia. In addition, procrastination has a high cost to others as well as oneself; it shifts the burden of responsibilities onto others, who become resentful. Procrastination destroys teamwork in the workplace and private relationships
Procrastination can be very dangers. Especially when you procrastinate relationship with GOD ! Join me this Sunday @ 7:30 pm Central pm. To learn to how too broke out this habit, that causing you so much harm.
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