by Kristen Eckstein
We’ve all suffered from the disease of procrastination at one time or another in our lives.
Procrastination can be rooted in fear, busyness, fatigue and illness, and pretty much anything else that causes you to be too tired or preoccupied and want to put off a task.
But at what cost do we procrastinate? What benefits does procrastination reap? Now I’m not saying there aren’t valid reasons to put off your book project, like a family tragedy or a sudden new business opportunity. I myself believe in perfect timing for everything.
However, I also know that when I procrastinate on something, there’s usually a hidden underlying reason why I’m procrastinating, and it’s also costing me. As Wayne Gretzky said so well, “Procrastination is one of the most common and deadliest of diseases and its toll on success and happiness is heavy.” [Read more…]