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Dangers of Procrastination

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Everyone has procrastinated at a particular time in there life, but some people do it all the time. For example some people spend 30 minutes on their bed before they get up from their bed in the morning. Some individuals postpone actions to be carried out today, they keep telling themselves I will do it tomorrow, tomorrow comes and they say I will do it tomorrow and they end up not doing it ot they do it when its too late thus leading to dissatisfaction. 

All individuals that are financially successful hardly procrastinate, when you do not procrastinate it makes it easier for you to achieve your goal cause that way you do not have to rush things, you carry out actions at a very good pace. You set a long term goal, you break it into short term goals and then you write a plan to achieve these goals. The moment you execute your plan without procrastinating the higher your chance of achieving your goal, thus procrastination hinders success generally.

If you know you are going to carry out a task do it immediately, cause a delay might prevent you from achieving the goal, thus leading to performances that are not good, so get rid of procrastination. Keep checking my blog regularly. Cheers! Like this blog on facebook .


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