By:Debra Y. Graham
"To “do”, is to engage in a thought or activity. When a person engages they are moving forward to accomplish their desired goal. (...) Even if we fail, and our outcome isn’t as successful as expected, the act of “doing” is where we grow and gain our strength. To obtain any goal we must “do”.
Not as easy as it seems? Perhaps not. The other perspective is to avoid or “procrastinate”. Procrastination is defined as to put off doing something, postpone action, and drag one’s feet or taking one’s time. We all procrastinate in order to push aside the stress we are feeling toward a certain task, and or to avoid doing something that we don’t find enjoyable. However, by procrastinating, we actually create more stress for ourselves later, and the consequences of procrastination can affect not only the quality of the eventual outcome of your work, but also can affect your well-being."