People who habitually fail tend to avoid such tasks, they usually, put off, procrastinate about the activities that achieve important end results and then often feel guilty about the past or anxious about the future.
There is a time to take action, to get things done. Research studies consistently show that people who develop the habit of succeeding make the end result more important to them than the methods of getting there. It is all part of knowing what is important to you.
You can be who you want to be and get the results you want. It is a choice, a decision you have to make and then you must follow it up by taking action.
To live your best life, it helps to know your destination and then make a plan of action and commit to it.
Mary Jo x