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To do the important, we need to identify it and make an action plan for it.

Whoever works his land will have plenty of bread, but he who follows worthless pursuits lacks sense. Proverbs 12:11 ESV

If you are struggling with identifying what’s important in your life, I would encourage you to find a life coach or a good friend who knows how to listen and ask thoughtful questions. Perhaps talk to someone who has a life you admire and ask a few questions.

These same kinds of people can help you make a plan and act as a bit of accountability. I have a weekly coffee date with a friend who routinely asks me how I’m doing with my bookkeeping or a project I’m working on. She would be the first to help me brainstorm ideas if I were to get stalled out.

procrastination book

A nice book resource is Moving Past Procrastination to a Great Marriage by Lori Ferguson. There are always those little things that can hang us up. Lori’s book is great for identifying the problem with possible solutions.


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