Procrastination: The Wait That Broke the Wagon
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I can remember as a little girl hearing the phrase: "Wait broke the wagon." Reflecting on that, I could think of no more of a fitting title for today's blog article. Procrastination is something we all are familiar with in one way or the other. Either we are the one procrastinating or the one complaining about the procrastination of someone else. What is procrastination? Why do we do it? How do we overcome it?
According to dictionary.com, procrastination is the act or habit of procrastinating or putting off or delaying, especially something requiring immediate attention. Whether it is procrastinating with paying a bill, completing Christmas shopping, completing household chores, or completing the year end work project, or getting taxes filed, it isn't hard to catch the procrastination bug.
The simple answer many give to why we procrastinate is that the person is "just being lazy" or the person is "lacks motivation." A quick Facebook search yielded varying opinions on procrastination.
"Procrastination is the arrogant assumption that God owes you another opportunity to do what you already had time to do!"
"Go make the moves you need to make today. Make this day, a TAKE ACTION DAY!!! #LetsEat" ~Jay Johnson
"The best way to kill PROCRASTINATION is to get off ya ass & get STARTED." ~Lamottis Woods
"Procrastination is the #1 enemy of success! Get up, get started and make it happen!" ~Blanks Galore Academy
"Lord, remove any laziness or procrastination from my mind and body. Push me to my full potential! #Amen ~Spiritual Inspiration