When you put off something you are supposed to do today for tomorrow, when tomorrow comes, you will definitely put it off for the next tomorrow and so on until you do not do that thing anymore.

Why do people procrastinate?
People procrastinate because they lack self confidence, they don’t believe in themselves, they don’t believe they have potential waiting to be released. People also procrastinate because they claim to have insufficient funds but these are all flimsy excuses. They never knew what turnaround their lives could have experienced and how they could have blessed their generation and that to come if they had taken a step in action all because they procrastinated.

I want you to see procrastination as an enemy of success. Whatever that has been laid in your heart to do, whatever you ought to have done before now, take steps in action no matter how little. Do not give in to procrastination. Excuses are for failures. Remember that great things start from small beginnings, so, just take a step in action and be everything God has created you to become.

Thanks for reading and God bless you.

8 thoughts on “TAKE A STEP IN ACTION.

  1. Thank you for sharing Anthonia! Procrastination is so real and can really hinder progress. Whether it’s house cleaning (which is not my favorite thing, I’m such a procrastinator!) Or bigger decisions that can improve lifestyles. Even taking the smallest action towards your goal can bring confidence and make you feel better with accomplishment. Such a great topic! ❤️🤠

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      1. I’m doing better every day. I know grieving is a process, so sometimes I feel sad. But I want to be happy so I’m focusing on all the fun times with Zack and that is helping tons! Thank you so much for asking! ❤️🐴

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  2. Procrastination is indeed a thief of great things. I believe if we can master the art of hard work a d determination ..we are most likely to conquer procrastination

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