Procrastination Is a Deadly Choice
WE ALL PUT things off.
We procrastinate and then wear procrastination as a badge of honor and also a badge of shame:
“I’m a procrastinator. I have been all my life.”
It becomes a deadly habit putting off things that matter to us until it’s nearly too late to try, and then we’re filled with regret and anger at the end of our lives.
“I wish I had lived in New York City and danced in a Broadway show… I wish I had married Tessa… I wish I had taken that magazine job… I wish I had applied to Julliard… I wish I had… ”
Always remember — You have a choice; even at this exact moment, you can change your life.
You have the power to live as you want and to stop procrastination.
Your destiny is your choice, in your hands right now.
Make a wise choice and create a different habit by committing to doing the work to get what you want.
How can you change “I wish I had…”
“I did this…”
“I made this…”
“I’m working on…”
“I’m proud of…”
Thanks — Michael (he, him)