Procrastination was a major fixture in my life
I got in trouble with the IRS by procrastinating on filing my taxes.
I procrastinated on doing my homework from grade school through college.
I procrastinated in approaching women I was interested in.
I procrastinated in exercising.
I procrastinated in getting serious about eating healthfully.
I procrastinated on so many things I wanted, so many things that would have been good for me.
I procrastinated until deadlines forced my hand, oftentimes even beyond that, to great cost to me and others.
Just a memory now
Procrastination is now something I remember from my former life. Today, if I decide to do something, it’s done...on or ahead of time: exercise, eating super healthfully, filing with the IRS, keeping any agreements I have with myself or others.
I worried about what others thought of me.
I worried that others would blame me.
I especially worried about being rejected by attractive women.
Today, if I find myself worrying, I quickly dissolve it.
Oh my God, so much guilt I felt!
I felt guilty every time I masturbated, from eleven years old to almost twenty years old.
I felt guilty about my strong desire to have sex with (so many) women.
I felt guilty about trying to maintain boundaries with my wife.
I felt guilty for disappointing one of my computer software clients.
And so on...
I rarely feel guilty now...and, if I do, I undo it.
Turning Interest Into Action
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