Procrastination Kills, Kill Procrastination

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In the fight against malaria, some television adverts were launched and they all ended with the same message: “mosquito kills, kill mosquito!” In my own fight against a destroyer of destinies, I will also want to adopt the same theme. Procrastination has destroyed so many people with great potentials. It has made the grave the richest place on earth all because by procrastinating; so many people have died without utilizing the huge potentials within them. So many people are living lives of quiet desperation not because the do not know what to do but because they have put forward what they were supposed to do, far too much. They have procrastinated on what they were supposed to have done in order for them to achieve their dreams and by so doing have not being able to achieve much in their lives. Procrastination, if not dealt with, is going to cause so many damages in the lives of so many people. People that do not act on their dreams are in no way different from people that have no dreams. They all end up with the same result in their lives and that is retrogression. I am sure you don’t want this to be your lot. The only known antidote to procrastination is ACTION. When there is something to be done, all you need to do, is to follow Nike’s advice: JUST DO IT! When you act on your dreams, procrastination dies and it has no root within you. Without action, nothing can be achieved and by acting, there is so much to be gained. I wonder if the technological advancements we are witnessing today would have being possible if those that conceived their ideas had procrastinated. I believe you can achieve so much in your life if you begin to do what you are supposed to do NOW. Make yourself a person of ABSOLUTE action and in the nearest future, your dreams will become a reality. Remember: PROCRASTINATION KILLS, KILL PROCRASTINATION! This is to your success as you become a person of absolute action. Adebola A. Oni

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