Procrastination and evasion deprives us of so much and over time, when we weigh the time wasted debating on whether or not we should take a step, it accumulates to a tidy part of a lifetime.
Procrastination leaves us with so many, what if’s, had I known and should have’s which can be avoided, when we conscientiously take daily steps in living more purposeful and intentional lives.
We not super-human and are bound to falter now and again, but when our focus is targeted and meticulous, a falter will not send us completely off track.
In tying in evasiveness and forgiveness or kindness, some are far willing to cut the entire slack for themselves and granting every excuse under the Sun as lee-ways to dilly-dally, while they use an iron fist of expectation on others.
To lead, or impact on others, you must, yourself be an example worth emulating.
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha