Why Procrastination Wins Over Creativity

In life, at one time or another you feel like you have something special in you. Something creative that belongs only to you. It may be some kind of writing, singing, playing or even activities like handling people around you. You think you can do it better than many others. You think that you can go ahead in your career with it. Or you feel you can do your own business better than your daily job. You feel it as an your dream to achieve. You decide to give it a try full time or part time.

But as time passes you stuck in your daily life things. Then it’s your subconscious mind that starts giving an excuse to your creativity. You start fearing what if you don’t know enough about it. May be there are many more people with the same capabilities around the world. You feel like already defeated and you just let it go. And then after sometimes the creative mind again knocks down on your head and same goes again and again.

Why it always happens that your procrastination wins over your creativity. The answer is simple. The fire needs oxygen to keep burning. Here, the first source as an oxygen is initial Motivation. Ok, you got that already. And the second is Action. And between these two lies procrastination.

“Procrastination is the bad habit of putting of until the day after tomorrow what should have been done the day before yesterday”

Napoleon Hill

It is the gap between the first action and second action that makes procrastination wins. Never ever let procrastination stops you get the second source of oxygen. Take one step. Take a small one and just keep taking. Don’t fear failure. Don’t fear of bad outcomes. No matter how bad you starts it will work as a foundation for the next step. Keep going. Keep making mistakes, but not the same one. Keep learning from mistakes and get where you want to be.

Everyone has something creative inside, but success belongs to those who identify it and takes action while fire is burning.

Deepak Rajpal

Deepak Rajpal is an accomplished software developer, writer, and a motivational speaker. He has authored several articles, poetry, and a book called Frientors. He is also the founder of www.tutorialsclass.com , where he shares technical knowledge with others. With a YouTube channel, Deepak creates videos that inspire and educate people on various topics related to personal development, happiness, and finance.