Early disclaimer: You’re not going to enjoy this post unless you’re an individual looking to implement proper change into your life. That being said, let’s get into it.
It sucks when you procrastinate, do you know why?
Because you feel it in your bloody soul when you know you’re failing to do the things you ought to do. I’m not going to cast judgment here, but I am going to tell you the truth which is:
The more you fail to engage with those things you’re procrastinating, the more you self-sabotage, and the greater the consequences of those actions — or inactions — are going to be.
It’s not an easy task, if it was, most people would be doing it.
So the question you ought to ask yourself is this:
Am I going to be miserable like the average person, or am I going to improve myself to the point where I can help the average person?
Disclaimer: Just to make it absolutely clear, I’m not dunking on the average person, but statistically and realistically, most people are average. You can choose to get mad but I’m just letting you know this was not stated with ill-intention.
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Your misery is going to remain, your burdens are going to remain, your obligations are going to remain, and nothing is going to change unless you choose to face these tasks voluntarily.
If you don’t do it now, when are you going to do it?
Tomorrow? Next week? Next year?
There are indeed times one procrastinates and still proceeds to take action as…