"I hurried and did not procrastinate to keep your (the Lord's) commands." Psalms 119:60
"In his heart a man plans his course, but the LORD determines his steps." Proverbs 16:9
"A lazy person does not plow in the fall. He looks for something in the harvest but finds nothing." Proverbs 20:4
Jesus said: "Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect." - Matthew 5:48
When others don't like to be helped there's usually a valid reason. It's likely they don't respect the helper or they have a better way.
Others grow when there's a respected example to grow with. E.g., truly removing the plank from our own eye to get rid of the most likely cause (our own hypocrisy) of a loved one's character flaw.
It could be our thoughts, beliefs or ignorance to having a plank in our eye that causes other believers to put off removing the plank from their own eye.
Those who do not practice biblical perfection need help in recognizing when the righteous (godly) are enduring a behavioral sacrifice. The wise thing to do is to sympathize (remove own plank 1st) not add to their suffering. This loving approach will bring more peace-of-mind to mankind.
Jesus said, "But if you had known what this means, 'I DESIRE COMPASSION, AND NOT A SACRIFICE,' you would not have condemned the innocent." Matthew 12-7
Showing mercy to others is a gift from God. Biblical study tell us this. Not everyone has the spiritual gift of mercy. Therefore instead of waiting for others to show us mercy we can be merciful to bring it upon ourselves.
"God blesses those who are merciful, for they will be shown mercy." Matthew 5:7
Light believers [not following God's will closely] are getting [possibly high] doses of patience. This is how it is for us who know what is right but don't do it (James 4:17).
[Gentle] Believers who dislike their own frequent patience, could foolishly be mean in order to join other mean people in spirit in hopes of becoming kind. This foolishness would be mercy to the mean people because they frequently endure the wages of sin (e.g., mind fatigue from not going to heaven). Anything is possible.
Jesus said: "Blessed are the gentle, for they shall inherit the earth." Matthew 5:5
One way to be more gentle in this world is to do whatever it takes to minimize the meanness in others who have been mean their whole life.
The effective approach to less meanness is to "warn the wicked person to turn from their ways." [Ezekiel 33:9]
The hope is that love will be given to mean people, making the world more peaceful.
Golden Rule Written Out: We do to site users, family and friends, believers, business relationships, & all others what we would like them do to us.
Even if you're going slow, you're still lapping everybody on the couch.
At Home Not Yet Rich SEO Productivity Algorithm (Behavioral ReasoningRatios)
We do not experience the pitfalls of being well supplied with money. E.g., more comfort, less labor, then the eventual pitfall called misery.
That's one less true obstacle to tackle.
Less comfort means intestinal fortitude (resoluteness, guts) is still easy to get.
God is the boss of those who love him. Continuous, long term energy (strength) to work is given to those of us who carry out his will [closely]. This is the power of God that rules the internet and other industries.
Procrastination is not obeying [God's] words in one's action plan.
"We know that all things work together for the good of those who love God - those whom he has called according to his plan." - Romans 8:28
"The way of the slothful man is as an hedge of thorns: But the way of the righteous is made plain." - Proverbs 15:19
God's will is [more] love, minimum evil.
SEOs "at home" can also be thought of as SEOs who do not report to an employer.
Here are the reasons at home SEOs, who are not rich, work:
7% because when needed, we endurecourage & healthy patience. | 5%'causewe give effort to keep to a schedule, to keep work & sleep patterns. | 5%: We socialize with family & friends to strengthen relationships. | 5%: We support trustful business relationships as a priority. | 5%:We have enthusiasm for righteousSEO work. [Rom. 12:11] | 5%: We are yoked together as team players with believers. [2 Corinthians 6:14] | 5%:We are accountable for success (quality) of site content. | 4%: We help others w/ all "strength and energy that God supplies." - 1 Pet. 4:11| 3%: We are still (silent), esp. in order to be more peaceful. [Exod. 14:14] | 3%: We make our career righteously easier. | 3%: We flee from temptation (resist the devil or avoid sin) to be godly. [Jas. 4:7] | 2%: We use this algorithm as a guide. [These ratios are opinions not factual.] | 2%:We do to site users what we'd like webmasters to do to us. [Matt. 7:12] | 2%: We speak empowering words w/ conviction. (cued Tip Video) | 2%: We think about those who physically exercise being God's lively servants. | 2%: We minimize other causes of failure. | 2%:We improve SEO righteousness. E.g., being a good example | 2%: We cultivate other biblical righteousness. [1 Tim. 4:7–8] | 2%: Our goals & action plan are [biblically] righteous (God's will). | 2%: We do to [other] others what we would like them do to us. | 2%:We think about the reality that SEs place useful sites at the top. | 2%: We are humble. [We know not being humble can be troublesome.] | 2%: We show sincere love to others who obey the truth. [1 Peter 1:22] | 2%:We [the righteous] are of one mind, quick to sympathize. [1 Peter 3:8] | 2%: We [really] fear the Lord [causing desire fulfillment]. [Psalms 145:19] | 2%: We know procrastinating thoughts can be insane (or too challenging). | 2%:We know it causes success (esp. top rankings, godliness cultivation). | 2%: Whatever we do, we "do it all for the glory of God." - 1 Corinthians 10:31| 2%: We are serious with minds ready for action. [1 Peter 1:13] | 2%: We support [misunderstood] behavioral sacrifices. | 1%:We think about exciting wonder in users of our site. | 1%: We righteously follow our dreams [irrelevant to work or not]. | 1%: We think about true, just, pure, virtuous & praiseworthy things. [Phil. 4:8] | 1%: We have "the gift of helping others." - 1 Peter 4:11| 1%: We honor our father & mother, so things go well for us. [Ephesians 6:3] | 1%: We "don't think like children," we "think like mature people." - 1 Cor. 14:20| 1%: It keeps our spirit from being hurtful to others. We avoid hypocrisy. | 1%: We "consider the ant... watch its ways and become wise." - Proverbs 6:6| 1%: We know our God [causing us to stand firm & take action]. [Daniel 11:32] | 1%: It's a result of us being "self-controlled and alert." - 1 Peter 5:8| 0.75%: We know at times low priorities can be [a challenging] part of our day. | 0.5%: We ok [foolish (Eccles. 2:3)] break time to be more peaceful. | 0.5%: When fasting, we know the body is resting & work can be challenging. | 0.25%: We don't try to punish anyone who wrongs us. [Romans 12:19–20] | 100% reasons we work now!
#%s (green) are for us to work on every 1–7 days | #%s (black): Right the 1st time or as a habit (minimal critical thinking) | #%s: 1–7 days for some, 8–365 days for others | #%s: 1–7 days for some, simply habitually for others |
1. The spirit of patience [& kindness] helps to get the ball rolling. |
2. Courage is the power of dealing w/ or facing difficulties, pain, danger, fear, etc. |
3. We discipline ourselves to quickly get [& keep] the ball rolling [on achieving]. |
4. Cultivating righteousness is [likely] a main thing that makes starting work easier. |
5. Sometimes we get (or have) to endure healthy amounts of courage (or patience). |
6. We have reduced fatigue to a manageable amount (are thankful for liveliness). |
7. We think about the physical labouring mans' sweet sleep. [Ecclesiastes 5:12] |
8. As righteously strong [& wise] people, we choose acts of love over foolishness. |
9. "Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other." - Ecc. 4:9|
10. "It is good to have an interest in a good cause at all times." - Galatians 4:18|
11. An interesting "good cause" is the righteous theme of one's website. |
12. Righteous determination to achieve goals helps. |
13. Mercifully, we remove [problem causing] plank from own eye. [Matt. 7:5] |
14. Minimizing selfishness increases [righteous] productivity. |
15. Indeed, this works likely 'cause our thoughts cloud our [team's] being. |
16. The unrighteous need help (reasons) to believe in & test silence. |
17. Less thoughts: "We all fall short of God's glorious standard." - Romans 3:23|
18. Making our career easier may seem difficult at 1st. 1 thing at a time is effective. |
19. Acts of procrastination can be more difficult [in spirit] than work. |
20. Instead of procrastination, we can choose a healthier work project. |
21. We continue to minimize causes (temptations) of procrastination. E.g., less TV |
22. E.g., more organized, less burdensome, just say no to low priority work. |
23. We think about users getting satisfaction from the site we promote. |
24. E.g., foolishly setting our minds on high things [Romans 12:16, 1 Timothy 6:17]. |
25. To avoid overwhelming patience, we "labor not to be rich." - Proverbs 23:4|
26. Scripture on How to Ask God for Help|
27. Motivation to read Holy Bible:2 Timothy 3:16–17|
28. We continue to practice God's law [to be blessed]. [James 1:23–25] |
29. We know ideas not in Holy Bible may be challenging for believers. |
30. Non-biblical ideas could cause lack of motivation [to live]. |
31. We understand "the word of God is alive and active." - Hebrews 4:12|
32. Being energetic comes to us who do God's will (practice righteousness). |
33. E.g., building one way outgoing links in spirit of abundance. |
34. This indeed is the Golden Rule (likely God's most valuable law). |
35. Humble defined: To reduce the independence of; to make submissive|
36. Each of our strengths (gifts) are part of the body of Christ. [1 Corinthians 12:27] |
37. "Serve the LORD with fear... celebrate his rule with trembling." - Ps. 2:11|
38. A good goal: 8+ hours of work a day. |
39. Most of the time, those who are patient are the one's who are righteous. |
40. It keeps us out of other trouble (or foolishness). |
41. If we want to boast, we boast about understanding & knowing God. [Jer. 9:24] |
42. E.g., "At times, I watch an interesting TV show, w/ a sound mind." |
43. We let God pay (punish) people back, to be more godly. |
The effective approach to minimizing procrastination is to cultivate a more [biblical] perfect character at all times. One main goal is to work enthusiastically. True, lasting enthusiasm is found in serving our God. This is what makes the most effective workers tick.
Work ethic is a belief in the moral benefit and importance of work and its ability to strengthen character.
"If you want the best out of yourself, you have to keep pushing." - QB Tom Brady
One effective goal may be to stop pretending (hypocrisy) to be a good worker and do whatever it takes to be productive.
Successful SEOs do not pretend to be productive, they actually work on their site's ranking priorities frequently.
When the going gets tough, it is the strong (godly) who can sacrificially endure work. If we are deserving (e.g., patient), we may get easy motivation to work from a dream we had.
Some of us may like to more closely (courageously) follow the dreams we have when sleeping. This can be an effective approach to building the habit of doing things [productive]. Even when our dreams seem irrelevant to work, acting them out responsibly (obeying God's commands) may be a hidden secret to less overall procrastination.
At times, when waking up, we can write down things that describe an interesting dream.
"A person's steps are directed by the LORD. How then can anyone understand their own way?" - Romans 12:16
The bible tells us stories about God and angels talking to people in dreams.
"Listen to my words: 'When there is a prophet among you, I, the LORD, reveal myself to them in visions, I speak to them in dreams.'" - Numbers 12:6
"Remember this: The farmer who plants a few seeds will have a very small harvest. But the farmer who plants because he has received God's blessings will receive a harvest of God's blessings in return." - 2 Corinthians 9:6
"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honourable, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things." - Philippians 4:8