Imperfect Action Solves Procrastination and Overwhelm

Imperfect Action Solves Procrastination and Overwhelm

Imperfect Action Solves Procrastination and Overwhelm

Today’s Blog Challenge to take imperfect action solves the wretched curse of procrastination and overwhelm.

This is particularly pertinent for me today as I grapple with the multitudinous after-effects of the very large earthquake we experienced in Christchurch, New Zealand, last night. I feel tired from lack of sleep, and can’t seem to concentrate for very long to focus my attention on any task requiring my full attention. My usual morning routine was superseded by the very urgent need to evacuate my home due to a tsunami threat. I know that I am not experiencing this alone – my whole city has been shaken!

These are circumstances brought about by great forces of nature, not by my lack of attention to detail nor lack of focus on my business plans! Yet, I recognise my friends Procrastination and Overwhelm, as I have become familiar with these qualities in myself.

Procrastination, because I put off doing what I know is necessary – often because I feel Overwhelm-ed by the task, or unsure of where to begin. So, here I am, making a beginning on this blog post, and loving the sense of normalcy it offers me. Loving the comfort of writing, an activity that I love. Feeling so grateful to capture thoughts and words in action. Even though parts of me feel scattered, and I wonder how many people could possibly read my post, this Imperfect Action brings me one step closer to reaching my Freedom Plan.

I am going to commit to writing for at least 25 minutes every morning after I wake, whether it is for a blog post, a reflective statement, freehand in my journal or a letter to a friend. This Imperfect Action taken daily will solve my procrastination and overwhelm, word by word, action by action!

Have you been shaken to your core recently? Please let me know how things are in your world today!

 

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