ACT NOW AND STOP PROCRASTINATING
Most people think investing becomes more convenient later on in life, when, in reality, it’s just the opposite. The number one reason why most people die financially is procrastination.
Procrastination in your financial life is what heart disease is to the average physically unfit Person. It’s the NUMBER ONE FINANCIAL KILLER!
I want to emphasize, “The convenient time to set aside money NEVER comes to anyone!”
One of the biggest factors contributing to procrastination is the notion that we must feel inspired or motivated to work on a task at a particular moment.
The reality is that if you wait until you’re in the right frame of mind to do certain tasks (especially undesirable ones), you will probably find that the right time simply never comes along and the task never gets completed.
Recognizing the warning signs, creating a to-do list, and avoiding distractions is one way to beat procrastination. Break down the items on your list into small, manageable steps so your tasks don’t seem overwhelming. Pay attention to any thoughts of procrastination and do your best to resist the urge. If you begin to think about procrastinating, force yourself to spend a few minutes working on your task.
I understand that you have conscientiously tried to get out of debt and become financially free. Some have even tried to become wealthy. DOING IT RIGHT is critical. My desire is to teach you—heart, to heart—what I have found to be the correct principles and exercises for curing your financial ills and getting you financially fit.
By visiting www.financiallyfit.com, you have the opportunity to stop procrastinating forever. Because of The Seven Steps, regardless of your financial condition, you will have a fresh outlook on your financial life. Not only will you have new hope but you will be in control of your financial health from this day forward.
Finally, when you finish an item on your to-do list on time, congratulate yourself and reward yourself by indulging in something you find fun.
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