By Rev Paul N. Papas II
June 27, 2016
“I’ll do it later and when I get around to it”. When I hear this said, I draw a large circle on a piece of paper then write “To It” horizontally in the middle of the circle. Without saying a thing I present the ‘round to it’ to the speaker and ask “Now will you do it?
Someone told me recently that he was planning the 1972 New Years Eve Party
“We like to think that our delay tactics are no big deal. After all, we tell ourselves, no one is really getting hurt by the things we put off. Over time, however, our choices to postpone action can develop into a lifelong pattern of procrastination.
To get on track, we must change our attitude about procrastination, admitting it is a serious problem and noticing where…
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