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Prevent Procrastination

For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it. ~Hebrews 12:11 (ESV)

Painful Discipline

Preventing procrastination requires painful discipline in order to be in a position of prosperity. Though discipline can seem difficult and challenging, discipline is a major key to preventing procrastination. Discipline will have you rise early in the morning to get a jump start on your day. Discipline will have you consistent in your successful habits. If you are a runner, writer, fashion designer, speaker, whatever your dream or your passion; discipline helps you make room for the time to do those things that will keep you on your successful path. Preventing procrastination requires discipline to create new habits that support your goals and dreams. Preventing procrastination uses discipline to help you navigate through the milestones and tasks to accomplish your dreams and visions one step at a time. Preventing procrastination is driven by discipline on a whole new level of preparation, self-control, and will to keep you on track. Preventing procrastination gives you the motivation and the inspiration to get up early, stay up late, and create opportunities throughout the day to support your passion driven dreams and visions. Call To Action: What are some habits that you can create to help support your passion?

Peaceful Fruit

Preventing procrastination will yield peaceful fruit when the painful discipline is in place. Preventing procrastination will yield peaceful fruit when discipline and consistency is put in place to be successful and stable. It takes discipline to get up early consistently, and it yields peaceful fruit because you put the time in. When you put the time in up front, you have time to make changes if needed and not have to do so while you are still finding your rhythm. When you put the time in up front, the peaceful fruit is seeing the vision unfold, the dream come to fruition, or the milestones achieved as you navigate towards your goals. When you practice painful discipline in advance, the peaceful fruit comes in opened doors of opportunity, perfect positioning for call backs and connections, and being surrounded by those who can help you achieve more than you ever have before. Peaceful fruit comes by putting painful discipline into action. Without putting the work, you will not receive the desired outcomes. Call To Action: What peaceful fruit can you identify from implementing painful discipline in order to prevent procrastination?


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