Regurgitation is still good

Reminded of this from 2012. A few bumps in the road lately and it does me good to to reflect on past problems and they're eventually triumphs...........

Sometimes you just can't be original, and that's OK. Today, I'm hung up in Swindol's commentary on Nehemiah, Hand Me Another Brick and Maxwell's Law of Navigation.

Same subject. Recognition of a problem, praying, reflecting, planning, re-purposing, pursuing.

There are some problems we just take a deep breath and FIDO (forget it drive on). Other problems seem too familiar and we know we've been here before. These are times we don't need to waste the struggle.

Instead, don't just sail the ship....chart a better course.

To that end.......

Do I know why I want to do what I want to do?

Do you know why you want to do what you would like to do?
This is the motives question - John C. Maxwell in
The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth

I enjoy repeating some things. A good book is one of them. A discussion about a good book is like adding a creamy frosting to an already delicious cake. A discussion with a really engaging individual is like adding Blue Bell Moolinium ice cream.

Coming back to clutter

Maybe I'm moving from discliplines to habits?

I've been moving pretty fast and hard the past few weeks and this morning I noticed that I'm much more organized! Meaning, there's less clutter all around me.

That's much better than back in 2012 when I wrote the following post -

The Power of Procrastination, part 3 of 5

Procrastination Self-Assessment

Indicate the degree to which YOU agree with the statement by entering the number that best describes you; 4-Stongly Agree, 3-Agree, 2-Disagree, 1-Strongly Disagree

__________  I work best when I am under pressure.
__________  I get a lot of things done when I'm up against a deadline.
__________  I don't start things well.

__________  I'm easily distracted.

The Power of Procrastination, part 2 of 5

In part 1 I talked about some of the reasons people procrastinate. Here's a tip to STOP procrastinating -

Tell yourself good stories.

Be aware of what you're saying to yourself. Procrastination is a learned behavior and is reinforced by what we say to our self and our environment. We create our environment.

More Quick tips -

1. Go through the list in part 1 and identify the real reason for procrastinating

2. Find the right accountability partner (Achieving Great Results Choice #5)