When Procrastination Is A Good Thing

October 15, 2013

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Putting things off. Waiting till the last minute. Telling yourself and everyone around you, “Yeah, yeah, I’m totally gonna do that . . . tomorrow.”

Sound familiar?

Sure does to me. It doesn’t matter how productive or driven you are, if you’re human, there are times you procrastinate.

Which got me thinking.

Is procrastination really as bad as it’s cracked up to be?

What if we’ve been drinking the personal development Kool-Aid for so long that we’re failing to witness the blessing in a habit we so commonly curse?

If you’re willing to open your mind and heart to see procrastination in a new light, you’re really going to appreciate today’s episode.

NOTE: no submissives were harmed in the making of this video.

Quick caveat: If you’re a professional procrastinator who has trouble getting anything done, today’s declaration isn’t necessarily for you. Start with this MarieTV on how to overcome procrastination.

You can watch it later.

Now, I’d love to hear from you.

Have you ever found procrastination to be a good thing?

If so, what were the signs it was different from a run-of-the-mill “wait till the last minute” habit?

Leave a comment below and tell us about it.  Remember, what you have to say matters!

Your share may be the perfect story to help someone stop beating themselves up and reframe their delay for what it really is — divine timing.

Thanks in advance for contributing so generously here.

I learn something awesome each week from you and I really appreciate it.


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