Keeping Oneself Busy Is Better Than Procrastination

Lazing Around - Procrastination

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It has been almost 9 weeks and there is not much changes made to this blog. Have I been “lazing around” or “runs out of idea for this blog”? Not really!

Like everyone, there are times when we are easily distracted with what we are doing and lose focus on what we wanted to do. However, if we were to “park our ass” on the couch and watches TV the whole day, nothing will happen to our route to success. Instead, do something useful for our future events so that we are not backtracking from our goal.

Fortunately for myself, I had tons of video and audio products on my hard disk drive which I can play and listen to while doing some house chores. Sometimes, an inspiration will just comes along and make me want to do something to my blog or marketing campaigns.

As a result of keeping busy while “lazing around” during the past 3 weeks, I managed to create a “skeleton” Membership site for a WordPress video course which I intend to promote before end of March 2015, I had updated some Menus on my personal blog at MakeMoneySmartly and appended a new menu link here too. I had created a video course at Udemy but seems like they will not approved it because they do not accept any courses made out of any PLR products, which I think is extremely unfair.

I had spring cleaned my bedroom and re-arranged my office space which feels much more comfortable working from there now.

This episode makes me realized that if I did not “train” myself to listen to any of my “digital dust” or watch those available courses I paid some times ago then nothing would have manifested out of it.

Therefore, my advice to you is that you keep yourself “busy” while procrastinating or “lazing around” so that some future-based events might be derived out of it.

 

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If you really want something, and really work hard, and take advantage of opportunities, and never give up, you will find a way. -- Jane Goodall, Anthropologist

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