Well, I considered procrastination very bad and related to what Napoleon Hill states on being persistent he also considers it very bad. But as mentioned on the page on persistence there is more to procrastination than i originally thought, even though I felt there was something about ‘just pushing’ which doesn’t seem to work. Related to procrastination you may want to think about what Abraham Hicks states:

“Don’’t beat up on yourself about procrastination, for this reason. When you are focused upon what you want and you are in a place of really expecting, in other words pure creation…, you will be inspired to action and the action comes easily. But if you are not really clear about what you want. Or if your expectation is not quite yet in alignment then it takes more action. But even in offering the action it is counter productive because you are working against yourself. In other words you are splitting the energy. You are following? So procrastination is nothing more than your physical realization that you are acting too soon., that some mental alignment is in order. Or that the fire isn’t there yet so don’t spray the hose in the house! It is interesting that you ask us to reinforce your memory of the Book of Positive Aspects for it is the key of the final statement or question that you have asked. It is the way to bring your self from a place of procrastination ……which isn’t a bad thing!!. Procrastination is not a bad thing!! It is the realization that the Universe has not sufficiently aligned. It is the same thing as saying ”Abraham, I went out to the garden. I looked at the bush. I saw that great big green hard tomato and I just didn’t feel like plucking it and eating it”. We would say “Of course you didn’t feel like plucking it and eating it!! You’d rather wait a few days until it becomes soft and delicious and ripe and ready for you” And in the same way we say don’t try so hard to bang your way forward. Allow, or trust that the laws of the Universe will brings things into the perfect alignment. And you be one who is at the right place at the right time and you will be when you are looking for reasons to feel good”

And there is a lot to it as it seems uninspired action, action without desire, without the right wanting, just doesn’t work. So first know what you really want, what you desire, and then, only then, take action, not earlier.

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