Procrastination is not always bad. I hear people say, “Finish what you start,” or “You had that new idea, where did you go with it?”
Every day I wake up with new ideas, but there is only so much time and selective procrastination allows the best ideas to rise to the top. Misplaced stubbornness, as in “I started it, I have to finish it,” not only exhausts you, it diverts you from your more significant goals.
Procrastination is damaging when you put off important goals with the idea that “One day, some day, I’ll get around to them.” As Bohn says, “One of these days is none of these days.”
I recently talked to a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, Robert, who reported he will earn approximately $500,000 this year. His strategies are not necessarily identical to those of every other successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, but what each does have in common is their commitment to put off procrastination. They understand that “One of these days is none of these days.”
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