Finishing


I used to be an expert procrastinator, but then I realized that I wasn’t getting much accomplished. I was the one standing in my way of progress; I couldn’t blame anyone else. The decision to finish projects that I started didn’t come by easily, I had to build myself up to it, one project at a time.

I began to look forward to the end, from the beginning and continue to focus on the end (seeing the completion).  It does feel good to finish a project….whether that project takes two hours, a few weeks or even months to finish, the most important thing is that you finish.

Finished.

Casually speaking and all the best,
Mercedes

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3 comments

  1. Very good advice. I was such a procrastinator when it came to school work. I always ended up stressed out beyond belief and with only a mediocre outcome. Lately, I have been trying to focus on one thing at a time and it does help immensely. It also makes you feel like you’ve accomplished something because you can jump one hurdle at a time rather than try to make the complete long jump.

    -Natasha
    http://www.humanitravels.com

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