Our morals might reject to accept lies. We define lie as inappropriate behavior, sometimes lies break long-lasting relationships. In a particular stage of our lives, we might have experienced a lie that resulted in hurt feelings and an emotional impact or damage that we couldn’t tolerate.
Our ego stands in front of our ability to tolerate a lie that comes from the external world.
However, does our ego take the same position when we lie to ourselves?
Why our ego has this double standards? Why our ego doesn’t urge us to intake procrastination as a type of lies? If lies are to mislead us then what procrastinations do?
Do we procrastinate because we don’t live a purpose?
Does procrastination declare that we don’t value our intelligence?
Taking life for granted helps us to procrastinate. When our mind believe the next hour the next day and the following year is an absolute fact to reach.
Sometimes we procrastinate because we multitask, believing we have to do more than one thing to progress is a strong reason to procrastinate.
Remember: procrastination in one way or other is a lie. And again are we going to keep lying at ourselves and tolerate that?
There are different possible ways to overcome procrastination and progress. Coaching is one of them because it helps to trigger and organize our thoughts, which scientifically proven that are affecting our lives.
M.A. USman Jr.