Career Success Tips 4: Kill Procrastination

Procrastination is the fear of success. People procrastinate because they are afraid of the success that they know will result if they move ahead NOW. Because success is heavy, carries a responsibility with it, it is much easier to procrastinate and live on the “someday I will” philosophy” – Dennis Waitley

Career skills to jumpstart your future.
A year from now, you will arrive but the question is where. Every single day that passes is time and opportunity lost, which can never be regained. When you look back, you would wish you had started today. Some people are panicking today because they procrastinated yesterday. Procrastination is called the thief of time and opportunity’s assassin. Make a decision today that your opportunities in life will not be buried in one of those graves called procrastination. If you wait until you are ready, till all conditions are perfect, you might wait for the rest of your life.

Have you counted the cost procrastination? What is it costing you? In terms of career success and progression, income, health and wealth? I realized that procrastinators are more stressed than those who don’t.

Perhaps you are frustrated and confused at you read this because of your situation. Your whole life and career has not moved in the direction you anticipated when you started out.  May be you are at a crossroads and not knowing exactly what to do to change and turn things around. It could be possible that you actually know what to do but don’t know where to start.

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The good news is there is hope for you as long as you are determined the take the necessary steps to start making progress in the right direction. This is because whatever it is you are trying to achieve, somebody has done it before. While I don’t claim to have all the answers, I do know that I have spent the last 9 years researching and studying and will be glad to share from my experience and knowledge.

In the next series, I will be delving deeper into what you need to start doing in order to begin to see results.

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