“Don’t put off for tomorrow what you can do today because if you enjoy it today, you can do it again tomorrow.”— James A. Michener
Not only does procrastination steals our time, but it also takes away our opportunity to enjoy the time doing it. We procrastinate because sometimes we think our time and efforts will be wasted. But the irony is that as we procrastinate we’re deliberately wasting time by constantly looking at how much time we have left before we ever start. Procrastination is form of control; it is our way of rebelling against authority. But the main people we’re hurting is ourselves, because we lose the opportunity to find out if we enjoy doing it or not. We get our freedom from making the initiative not feeling compel to do something because we were told to do it.