It’s never a good time

The one thing that seems to affect all of us at one time or another is procrastination.

The definition of procrastination is the avoidance of doing a task that needs to be accomplished.

It is the practice of doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, or carrying out less urgent tasks instead of more urgent ones, thus putting off impending tasks to a later time.

The advent of Social Media on all it’s forms has it seems made procrastination an art form and one not just practiced by the Millennial generation.

Now add into procrastination the fear of failure  and you now have a very powerful impediment to moving forward in a direction that you know is going to be beneficial to you and your future achievements.

Google procrastination and you will find a many ways to avoid it, cure it or avoid it but the bottom line is that we all practice it at sometime or another and we need to ask ourselves why.

Answer the why and you come close to solving the problem of why it is never a good time!

When is a good time to start sorting out your future.

When is it a good time to start a business.

When is a good time to start a second income, a passive income.

When is it a good time to learn.

Obviously the answer to all of those questions should be now? If it’s not relook at the definition of procrastination!

Be realistic on your self at achieve goals a little at a time.

Being taught how, at any age, saves a lot of stress and frustration! Yes?

Self taught these days is so unnecessary as there is so many organisations and online entrepreneurs falling all over themselves to teach you how to do something, and some are even genuine and not a costly pyramid system designed to remove your hard earned shilling from your pocket just to try and teach you to do the same.

One such company well worth a look offers start up training for free and also shows you how to market the same training allowing you to earn a living while you learn to earn a living!

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