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Overcoming Procrastination

Do you think procrastinators are just lazy, unmotivated, and irresponsible people? That’s not the case.

Procrastination is using your willpower to postponed something that’s needed at the moment, doesn’t mean this person has a character problem. 

Usually, this type of attitude comes because of different kinds of fear: being judged, of failure, or not being enough.

The key to overcoming procrastination is identifying those fears that are keeping you stuck and all the thoughts that come with them. Like, “it’s too hard, “it’s time-consuming’, “I don’t know how,” “I’m not smart enough,” “what will others think about me,” or “I cannot finish it until it’s perfect.” 

Our brain is tricky; it wants you to remain in the comfort zone when trying to do something new that stretches you. 

Challenge your thoughts, and choose the ones that are helping you move forward. Keep in mind that every time I try to procrastinate, making this key question to yourself can help you move forward. 

Is this going to take me to higher standards? If yes, do it!


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