Procrastination (Hope For The Heart Series)
"I can always do it tomorrow!" Are you caught in the tomorrow trap? Have you noticed how the decay of delay has affected various areas of your life? If allowed to continue, the pursuit of the trivial will preoccupy...
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"I can always do it tomorrow!"
Are you caught in the tomorrow trap? Have you noticed how the decay of delay has affected various areas of your life? If allowed to continue, the pursuit of the trivial will preoccupy your attention and paralyze your progress.
When you procrastinate, you will...
- Miss deadlines, miss appointments, and miss opportunities
- Frustrate the efforts of others who depend on you to do your part
- Major on minor things, and minor on major things
- Demonstrate an irresponsible lack of concern for your obligations
- Put off until tomorrow what needs to be done today
If you are plagued with procrastination, with God's help you can rearrange your priorities and complete your tasks on time. Productivity can replace your tendency toward procrastination when guided by the biblical principles of good time management. Be assured, you can defeat procrastination, finish tasks on time, and enjoy the process.
"I'll just do it tomorrow." Are you caught in the tomorrow trap? Have you noticed how procrastination has stalled your life? In this 96-page book, Christian counselor June Hunt shows how to stop procrastinating with time-saving tips, biblical principles, and practical steps that will propel your life forward.
June Hunt is a biblical counselllor and the founder of the award-winning Hope for the Heart radio program, heard on more than 900 radio outlets worldwide. For decades, June has counselled people, offering them Bible-based hope and practical help for today's problems - emotional, relational, and spiritual. She is the author of numerous popular resources for people seeking help, including over thirty topical Hope For The Heart books, as well as the 31-day devotional Seeing Yourself Through God's Eyes, which is often used in counselling offices, churches and small group Bible studies.