Tuesday March 19, 2013 #507


At the heart of procrastination often lies confusion about what you really want.”


~Michael Bungay Stanier


Do you find that too many days end without feeling you have accomplished anything of worth?  Do you recognize the level of procrastination that may be infecting your day? 

It is time to reflect on what you are working towards.  What are your most important goals for your personal and professional lives?  Are those goals in alignment with your core values and beliefs?  If so, how are you spending your days?  In activities moving you closer to or further away from these goals?


If you recognize procrastination for what it is – your subconscious fighting against activities out of alignment with your passions, you can make the adjustments to realign and focus on what is most important to you.