Think about it. When we procrastinate “we tell ourselves that ‘one day’ we will be ready to make a change, or take a chance; that ‘one day’ the timing will be better, our confidence stronger, our circumstances easier,” explains Margie Warrell, author of Stop Playing Safe, in an article on Forbes.com. In her book Warrell says “life rewards action. Nothing great is accomplished without it.” In other words, you need to overcome your fears of whether or not you are ready to make a change, and instead take action and get to work. But how?