“I will do it later” is a phrase rooted in mediocrity. We are all guilty of being seduced by procrastination. She whispers to us early in the morning encouraging us to hit the snooze button. She cries that we are too tired to work out today and we can wait until tomorrow. She tempts us to put off the project until the timing is “just right.”
We can’t allow her words to control us.
To fulfill our destiny and maximize our potential – we must declare war against the phrase “I will do it later.” When we hear the phrase rise from within, we must kill it with action! “Action” is our sword and shield!
Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.