Of all the challenges that people come to me with, procrastination is one of the top two.  Research shows that people spend most of their time and effort working on activities that have nothing to do with the success of their projects.  It’s the biggest reason that people fail to reach their goals.  In one survey, almost half of those surveyed said that procrastination cost them money.  Not a good scenario.

Believe it or not, there are ways to use procrastination to your advantage to feed your flow of productivity.  Understand that this is different from procrastinating in a destructive way.  That type of procrastination will disable your level of productivity and keep you from reaching your goals.  But there are ways to use procrastination as a stepping stone to reaching your goals and in my next couple of posts I’ll share a few ways that you can use procrastination as a stepping stone to get things accomplished.

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