So, we all know what procrastination is.   The word itself is of Latin origin from the word crastinus meaning “of tomorrow”.  Procrastinators are in favor of castinating, or putting off until tomorrow, believing that there is time to do particular things tomorrow, although there’s time to do it during the current day.  They typically look for distractions and follow that path to keep from doing what’s at hand.

How many times have you found yourself faced with a task to complete, the time and tools to do it, but instead you look for something else to do?  Some procrastinators tell themselves and others that they work better under pressure, so they wait until the last minute to get something done and often tell themselves that the task they are avoiding is not important so that they can try to escape the guilt that comes along with procrastination.  I’m sure that you may already be relating first hand to what I’m saying, and it’s perfectly all right.

Here’s a fun look at procrastinators:

The Procrastinator’s Creed

  • I believe that if anything is worth doing, it would have been done already.
  • I shall never move quickly, except to avoid more work or find excuses.
  • I will never rush into a job without a lifetime of consideration.
  • I firmly believe that tomorrow holds the possibility for new technologies, astounding discoveries, and a reprieve from my obligations.
  • I truly believe that all deadlines are unreasonable regardless of the amount of time given.
  • I shall never forget that the probability of a miracle, though infinitesimally small, is not exactly zero.
  • If at first I don’t succeed, there is always next year.
  • I shall always decide not to decide, unless of course I decide to change my mind.
  • I shall always begin, start, initiate, take the first step, and/or write the first word, when I get around to it.
  • I obey the law of inverse excuses which demands that the greater the task to be done, the more insignificant the work that must be done prior to beginning the greater task.
  • I know that the work cycle is not plan/start/finish, but is wait/plan/plan.
  • I will never put off tomorrow, what I can forget about forever.
  • I will become a member of the ancient Order of Two-Headed Turtles (The Procrastinator’s Society) if they ever get it organized.
  • I shall meet all of my deadlines directly in proportion to the amount of bodily injury I could expect from missing them.

~Author Unknown

Seriously though, we all procrastinate at some point in time on something and we’re all familiar with this scenario:  You put off doing something and probably have absolutely no idea of how long it takes to do the task you’re putting off.  You can end up living in chaos simply because you’re putting off something that will take you just a short time to do.  For some, procrastination can be chronic.  When we procrastinate constantly, we give up our power.  Getting rid of procrastination allows you to get your power back.  It’s easy to try what I call the “surface solutions”.  They work temporarily, but just when you think you’re headed in the right direction, you’re right back where you started from.

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