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I'll Do It Tomorrow. No I'll Do It Now!

Updated on June 14, 2014

Something Better To Do?


Today Or Tommorow

Whose idea was it to say you have to wait until you feel like doing it to actually get around to doing something. If you cannot be bothered it gets you into a mindset that you you imagine you do not need to motivate yourself and what you need is a kick in the pants! Can we ignore the fact that the work needs to be done and carry on waiting for something to motivate us. What we need to do is take some action.

What could you really achieve in life if it was not for procrastination.There is no point in waiting for the right moment in time we; have to be ready for every moment and act.

The Right Time

I have wanted to write this article for quite some time now, but actually I keep putting it off. There are loads and loads of articles I want to write and tonnes of other things I want to do, I have TV programmes I want to watch ,books to read and friends to look up.So now it's now gone midnight , time to start writing,and not eating any more sandwiches.

Every time we look at the clock, we must realise that the time to start is now or the opportunity will have passed just like the time.Gone forever.

Another Day Gone


I'll Do It Tomorrow

We all say we will do it tomorrow, or OK I will do that someday and even when I get around to it.Remember though someday is not a day of the week,tomorrow never comes and do we actually know any one who has got "a round tuit."

“My advice is to never do tomorrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time."These are not my words but a quote attributed to another great writer Charles Dickens.

Never put off tomorrow...... yes we have all heard these sayings, yet thing all writers do best is find ways to avoid writing!


Procrastination is within us all, so why do we Procrastinate?

I suppose we can find many excuses for procrastination, but yes it is in our nature and we do it because we can.

Choices. Yes, given two choices, the right way and the wrong way, we will still look for another choice.

Time. We don't have enough time now , so I'll do it later.

Fear.Do not be put off by what people think, or what they might say,We should not let people judge us and give us a to do it later or tomorrow or even never.

Can't be bothered. Now all this does is send us round in circles, the less we care the more we end up with, and the more we end up with, the less care we give it.

Procrastination is the bad habit we need to eliminate.

No Time To Waste
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Now nothing we do is a waste of time. If we enjoy what we do, it is never a waste of time.Time is something that only comes round once and when its gone its gone for ever, it can never be replaced and only used once.

Yet we still find to do something else rather than do something that we actually should be doing.

A quick glance at the clock and time for quick glance at the world wide web;a new recipe for lunch maybe? another game of poker maybe? Who's tweeting now? I will just have look at those old photo's again.The net is a marvellous invention that traps us all into wasting our time.

One of the very biggest waste of time is the things that we do very well, but they don't have to be done at all.

I don't want to waste my time any more, I know what I need, I need a plan. A plan to do what I want to do and not waste my time.

I will just check my e-mails, delete the spam and tomorrow I will start with a plan.

To be continued...Save Time And Write A Plan

Today Or Tomorrow

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    • ronaldoh profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from England

      They are most peoples worst enemy, especially fear. We have to be brave and not give in.

    • Ericdierker profile image

      Eric Dierker 

      4 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Procrastination is a symptom of my two worst enemies -- sloth and fear which love to feed on each other.

      Great article!!

    • ronaldoh profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from England

      I have t agree with you entirely MsDora, and to do just that rminding orselves of the motivation we need.

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      Dora Weithers 

      4 years ago from The Caribbean

      Procrastination has been my lifetime enemy. Thank you for continuing the motivation which I need.


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