As you continue to grow and evolve and walk out your purpose it’s important that you are not procrastinating on what God has called you to do.
The bible tells us “No discipline seems pleasant at the tine, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.” (Hebrews 12:11)
Procrastination is the action or delaying or postponing something. You continue to delay what God is telling you to do and you wonder why your life is in shambles, you have no peace, no joy, no direction, because you haven’t taken the first step of obedience. Often times we can be our own worse enemy. There is nothing or no one stopping you besides you. We are all given a small window of opportunity where favor is attached to the opportunity so it’s important to move when God tells you to move. Why do we postpone and delay things? Because we are afraid and your afraid because you are not mature enough in your relationship with God to realize that you have nothing to fear, or you do not have a clear strategy on how to execute the vision. Failure is only Gods redirection.
To overcome procrastination, you need:
- A clear strategy on how you want execute the vision. And follow the strategy. Having a clear strategy will also help with inconsistency. If you have a clear plan that you are working every day, it will help you become more consistent.
- Get out your feelings. Just because you don’t feel good today or your tired one day does not qualify you to not get things done. You have to learn how to push through past your feelings. It’s called self-discipline.
- If you don’t wake up motivated to get things done for the day, then it’s possible that is not your God given vision. Just an interest or a hobby. There is a difference.
- You don’t want to leave the earth never doing the one thing God created you to do.
God Loves you and so do I,