Looking back can help you move forward when you use healthy outlets for reflection and growth. In this post, I share three outlets that helped me make several changes over the past decade.
Discipline is a powerful tool that we have within us when we take the time to ignite it. Learn the benefits of discipline and five tips for becoming more disciplined.
It’s not always easy to tolerate a proactive lifestyle. You’ve been procrastinating for so long, it may feel really weird at first to do things ahead of schedule. Here’s some tips for ensuring you don’t trip yourself up.
Procrastinating less starts with shifting your mind and committing to a more proactive lifestyle. Doing so empowers you to feel less overwhelmed and gives you a healthier sense of self.
Yesterday, we talked about excuses people make when they procrastinate and how it can lead them to feel justified in their actions. One that is really popular and warrants additional exploration is, “There isn’t enough time to do everything.” We talked in the post about having a packed schedule is one of the contributions to this excuse and how important it is to set appropriate boundaries. Let’s dive into this one a little deeper because it’s important for you to see how saying “Yes” to everything that comes your way can encourage you to procrastinate more.
There are two areas where procrastination can hurt you most. When it is a habit, be sure to remain aware of these areas so you don’t find yourself alone and broke.
There is a BIG difference between being still and being stagnant. The pandemic has us feeling stagnant when many of us are truly just being still. Find out the difference today.
So many of us feel like life happens to us. As Christians, many of us have been taught that all things are out of our control due to predestination. However, we have the ability to choose our life and what we do with it. How can your life change by realizing this?