When you agree to do something for your husband, how timely are you about follow through?
Most of the time I do fairly well with this, but I have a few areas of procrastination I need to work on. I do want to do better because I know putting things off speaks lack of love and lack of respect. Don’t want to go there.
For me, procrastination is usually about feeling overwhelmed by what I need to do. I figure if I break that “something” up into “smaller somethings” and list them on my to do program (I use the free program), I’m more likely to get it done in a timely way.
People with integrity do what they say they are going to do. Others have excuses. Dr. Laura Schlessinger
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