What makes you feel capable of doing the things you set out to do? Or do you just do it whether you feel capable or not? Many times, when your back is up against the wall, like a wild animal outnumbered by its aggressors, you attack a need. But is that what it takes to get you to act? And once you do, do you feel that it was not done well efficiently?
Wouldn’t it work better if you acted, made mistakes, corrected them in a timely manner and continued until you got finished? “Attacking” the issue with a calculated fervor before it has progressed to the point of expediency?
The problem can be procrastination,…fear, …laziness, …you name it. It is something that is engrained in you and your psyche. To get past it, you need to fight the urge to “not do it”. Like quitting smoking or eating junk or drinking, it is an urge that is just as destructive. If you don’t do it, you are putting yourself at the risk of going into attack mode to get it done.
This is part of posterity thinking, you know. Remeber the chess game? What happens in a chess game when one player decides to wait, stall or just not move? Well, if it is a timed game, that player loses. But if it is not, the game stands still…the other player is at the mercy of the first…who is in control.
Do you see the issue?
More to come…