5 BYE-BYE TACTICS TO COMBAT YOUR  PROCRASTINATION

You happily decided to change your job, learn a new skill or even start your own business and THEN suddenly this little voice inside you starts mumbling something like this:

 

…How am I gonna find this new job? It seems like the job market is difficult these days. I hate my job, but I guess it’s safer to stay where I’m for the moment…

 

…Learning ______ would mean waking up earlier in the morning and staying up at night to study and practice. And I should better forget about my social life for the next couple of months. I guess I’ll try taking this course next time, I might have more time then…

 

…I’d love to have my own business, but do I really have what it takes? I’m really confused where to start. It’s so overwhelming. Maybe I should better continue reading these business books instead…

 

Do any of these sound familiar to you?

 

How often are you experiencing a doubtful voice of your internal procrastinator?

 

No worries, we all face it. Even the most successful people have some things that they put off.

 

Thankfully, there’s a solution.

 

Here are 5 simple tactics to combat your procrastination that you can start using as from today:

 

Tactic #1 Break down your goal to the smallest actions possible. Remember, starting small doesn’t mean that you’re thinking small.

 

Tactic #2 Make it super specific and include a timeline. Clarity is power. The clearer you are, the easier is for your brain to help you get there. Schedule your goal to make it real.

 

Tactic #3 Focus on one piece of a puzzle. Look at your list of small actions and then ask yourself this powerful question: Which one of these if I do would make all the rest easier or irrelevant? And start with this one.

 

Tactic #4 Start with less than you’re capable of. Instead of aiming at working on your new career project every day for 90 min, start with doing it regularly 2 days per week for 30 min. Make it an automatic and easy part of your routine.

 

Tactic #5 Make yourself socially accountable. Commit to working on your goal to your friend, parent or a coach and schedule check in calls with your accountability partner.

 

Now, I’d love to hear from you:

  1. Is there a growth project that you would love to bring to life but you’ve been putting it off for too long?
  2. Which of these 5 tactics will you start using as from today to combat your procrastination?

 

Let me know in the comments below. 

 

Share this blog post with all your friends, let them benefit from these tactics as well!

 

With love,

Lena

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