There’s No Such Thing As Procrastination

Here’s something you don’t learn in school, the concept that procrastination doesn’t exist.

I can vividly remember learning the word procrastination in high school. I was taught details: the meaning, how to use it in a sentence, spelling, etc. Since that day, being aware of that word became my crutch. It’s funny how that works. Nothing about procrastination is positive.

pro·cras·ti·na·tion
prəˌkrastəˈnāSH(ə)n/
noun
noun: procrastination; plural noun: procrastinations
  1. the action of delaying or postponing something.
    “your first tip is to avoid procrastination”

Reflecting on that word and its meaning, WHY would someone do such a thing? Well because we’re first taught the word, then we justify a characteristic to act [and be] below average.

When I watched this video, this was my first opportunity in hearing something better than supporting a do it later mentality. It’s so incredible to hear a new perspective on an outlook. When we have multiple options, the choice is up to us! We first have to know that there are more alternatives.

Granted, I knew I didn’t have to be the one that puts everything off. However, I wasn’t aware of what it was going to take to get me to change, even when I wanted to. Sometimes it takes someone (far removed from your everyday life – maybe even a stranger) to breathe new life into you.

“There’s no such thing as procrastination, it’s just not a priority to you.”

Watch this motivational video and make the choice. Will you start to prioritize the rest of your day, week, month… life?

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