It’s the enemy of your productivity at work, at home, anywhere.
It prevents you from doing what needs to get done so that you can have more freedom in your life.
I’ve read a few studies that said that between 15% and 20% of people consider themselves a procrastinator.
But I believe that that number is low. Very low. In fact, I believe that everyone is a procrastinator. It’s just a matter of degree.
Some people always procrastinate. Over everything.
While others only struggle when it comes to the major things. Anything that is not a major item will get done.
Still others are in the middle of the road. Meaning, sometimes they procrastinate while other times they don’t.
This is how I define procrastination: when you don’t do what needs to get done when you need to get it done.
No one never procrastinates. It’s just not possible.
Overcoming procrastination – conquering it, if you will – has become my passion.
Why do you procrastinate?
- lack the necessary tools/skills to complete the task at hand,
- feel scared/intimated,
- fear failure,
- lack the time you need,
- fear rejection,
- are too busy because you have over-scheduled,
- have no interest in what needs to be done,
- lack confidence,
- feel you are not as prepared as you should be,
- think the task you need to do is big and daunting,
- are waiting for something,
- have too much going on,
- lack specific goals,
- think if you can’t get it perfect, why even bother,
- fear that the outcome is going to be “bad” or that I might not be able to handle the results
Have you ever stopped to consider what procrastination costs you in terms of stress and lost opportunities?
Can you relate to any of this?
If you can, don’t worry. You are in the right place. I can help you.
While I don’t have conquering procrastination all figured out, I’m on a journey to discover how to do just that. This will allow you to gain traction in life and give you the power you need to win.
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