"I planned to check out a book from the library titled, 'How to Stop Procrastinating,' but I've never got around to it!"
Ecclesiastes 11:4 makes the point about procrastination:
He who observes the wind will not sow,
and he who regards the clouds will not reap.
How much of a problem is procrastination with you? I think it is likely that all of us procrastinate at times in some ways. Yet procrastination is a major player in some lives and a minor player in others. Where would you place yourself?
If you don't mind getting around to it (remember the "Round Tuit" sermon?), you can comment.
Personally, I have found that most procrastinators might very well be late for their own funerals -- and sometimes make the rest of us experience early funerals!
I tie procrastination to indecision, fear of making a mistake, sometimes too-much optimism, and sometimes perfectionism. What are your thoughts?