Day 65: Postponing Responsibilities – Self Commitment Statements


A continuation from the previous blog post titled: Postponing Responsibilities

I commit myself to every day when I wake up in the morning to make sure I write down on a notepad the responsibilities I need to do within my day and from there, walk my day, making sure I fulfill those responsibilities as I practically as I can.

I commit myself to stop being lazy by disciplining myself to do my responsibilities as practically as I can on that day, making sure that the priorities get done first because I see, realize and understand that the consequences of not completing my responsibilities of the day is not cool and it’s unnecessary for me to postpone because I have to get the responsibilities done eventually so it’s best not to waste time.

I commit myself to investigate privately and self-honestly within myself why I do not want to do my responsibilities and utilize the tools of writing, self-forgiveness and self honesty to understand what is behind this avoidance and postponement pattern so I understand where it’s coming from and how to best  direct myself within the pattern so when the pattern of avoiding or postponing the responsibilities come up, I know how to handle / direct myself.

I commit myself to push myself daily to: write myself out to see what I am accepting and allowing and existing within and as, and push myself to use self-forgiveness to take responsibility of what I have existed in and as, and use and walk self-corrective statement to actually LIVE and BECOME  into and as that which is Best for All.

I commit myself to in writing, to make it clear for myself the importance of doing daily responsibilities, as well as what the outcome would be if I continue to do such responsibilities so if I ever fall into the same point / patterns again, I remind myself of what I realized / discovered / found out about the importance of doing such responsibilities and how supportive / cool it is for me.
 


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Day 64: Postponing Responsibilities

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I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to be lazy within my application of doing responsibilities.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to disregard my responsibilities and that which needs to get done today by postponing them into the night to the point where I justify that I ‘can’t’ do them because ‘it’s too late’ and ‘I need to go to sleep.’

Therefore, I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to see, realize and understand that I had deliberately created that pattern of postponing my responsibilities late into the night so I reach a point where it’s ‘too late’ meaning, it’s time for me to go to bed, when I clearly see I postponed my responsibilities late into the night so I don’t have to do them.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to create the pattern of avoiding that which I need to do as my responsibilities until it is too late and I have to go to bed.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not want to do my responsibilities instead of looking into the importance of doing them, such as the point of writing, where writing is where I see my programming and what I accept and allow so I can assist and support myself to re-direct and change who I am if I see that there is something that does not support me.

I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to make it clear within myself the importance of doing these responsibilities daily and what the outcome would be if I continue to do such responsibilities in how they support/benefit me and the Group of Life, for I see, realize and understand that doing a responsibility such as self-writing every day is what will assist and support me in self-realization and self-change in my Journey to Life.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not want to do my responsibilities and postpone them, instead of looking at the importance of for example writing, where with writing, when I write I am able to see who I am and also see how I have created who I am, and in knowing / seeing who I am now and how I have become who I am now – I have equally the opportunity and ability to see how I can change that / what I have become if what I have become and who I am now is bothering me and not what I would like to be and exist as.

Day 26: My Pattern of Procrastination – An Introduction

One point I would like to change is the point of procrastination and piling all my work and what requires to be done until the last day.  Me working 2 jobs is no sorry excuse as why I cannot handle my writings, DIP assignment, and other things if I just work on a little a day and set time for myself to do so.  This also means that cutting out things such as watching TV in order to complete a task may be what is best in certain situations, as I see that I have followed personal preferences and self interest instead of practical tasks that have due dates and are required to be completed within a certain period of time.

In my previous blog post I’ve touched upon writing down the priorities I must accomplish and take on one point/task at a time but see that it hasn’t worked out effectively because I ended up not going through with what I planned to take on due to time, my job and other responsibilities.  

So – this pattern of piling all my work until the last day -a.k.a. procrastination- is unacceptable and I do not like how I’ve created this pattern and the consequences that come along with it – so, this is just a point/post for me to write and expose this out to the world as I now see that its not just about the writing out the pattern, but taking action and actually living the change by stopping the pattern.
Yet I also see that I can talk and write about this point but what is important is whether or not I DO something about it- and stop it. 
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I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to put my writings and realizations into actual physical action.  I see, realize and understand that what I write and plan to take on for myself will not physically happen if I don’t do anything about it, so – 

I commit myself to when and as I write down that which I plan to take on during my day to actually DO what I planned to do and walk it practically, even if that means not watching TV for the day as I realize that whatever is on TV I can always watch later, but certain tasks that have deadlines requires my attention and I’ve experienced enough of the consequences of procrastinating to not want to experience it again.  I also realize that participating in this pattern does not assist and support me in becoming an effective human being, so I commit to assist and support myself in stopping the pattern of procrastination by taking action on what is required to get done, as practically as I can, aware of my environment, the time and other responsibilities.
More to come on this point… Thanks.


Day 23: Doing 1 Thing at a Time…

Doing one thing at a time …
I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to discipline myself in doing one thing at a time and completing it as best as I can as I see I created the character of taking a point on but then halfway through give up and take on another thing/point and then move on to the next thing without finishing what I did before – and so I see what I’ve been doing is creating a pattern of not finishing what needs to be done but follow thoughts and concerns about what else needs to get done and from that change what I’m currently doing in the moment and move to other tasks that require attention without finishing what I was doing before, thus leaving me with projects and tasks unfinished at the end of the day because I did not stick to one point/task/thing at a time and walk it practically to its completion. 
I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to plan and stick to a schedule where I write down that which requires to get done in my day that is of priority and make time in my day to focus on each task/point and do what is required of that task/point and not worry about the other tasks/points that is required to get done as all I need to do is the one task/point I am currently working on and do it as best as I can without worry about the other things I have to do, because if I allow myself to go off in thoughts and worry about what else I should do while I’m working on the task/point I am not HERE but sabotaging my process,my task/point that I am currently walking as I am not sticking to what requires to be done in the moment.
When and as I see myself go in my mind and participate in thoughts of worry/concern about what tasks/points require to get done within my day, I stop, I breathe, I write down exactly what requires to get done within the day so I see it physically and then set up a practical schedule where I am able to walk these points, one point at a time, to its completion, as practically as I can.
I commit myself to DISCIPLINE myself to stick to only one task/project/point/thing at a time and walk it to its completion, as practically as I can.
I commit myself to STOP following my thoughts of wanting to go onto another task/point before completing the current task/point I am working on and simply to stick to what is here, what I am doing with the task here in breath.
I commit myself to begin the act of writing down what needs to be completed and at what time/day to practically do them and then discipline myself to walk the necessary tasks/points required to be walked within my day.
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