If you don’t have to empower context in place, procrastination will come.

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Do more than stop, overcome your procrastination – Ep 99 Part #2

We are less than a week into 2018. Have you given up on your resolutions yet? Have you been putting them off? Well, it’s time to stop procrastinating – forever.

In this second part of our two-part episode, we dive into ways people tend to procrastinate. We explore ways in which you trick yourself into believing it’s not procrastination.

We make excuses like, I don’t have time or I don’t have money. Yet, if we think about it, neither of those things is a problem when there’s urgency. If your car is broken down, somehow you manage to pay for it to be fixed in order to get to work. You don’t have time, yet you still managed to get through the new season of Stranger Things or Black Mirror.

More importantly than just looking at how you create false ways to procrastinate, we will give you tips and tricks to overcome it. By the end of this episode, you’ll have all the tools you need to recognize when you are trying to trick yourself and be able to create motivation to finally do the things you’ve always wanted to.

Download this episode today to start changing your life in the areas you want to instead of accepting a fate you don’t want.

The brain wants to procrastinate every chance it can.

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The Cliff Notes:

  • Don’t get into a conversation about your opinion versus their opinion.
  • Allow people to choose their own beliefs, don’t force yours on them.
  • Most people are just doing the same things and wonder why their life isn’t changing.
  • If no one is watching, are you still performing at your best?
  • Everything you do should have an empowering context with it.
  • The design of agreements is to create trust.
  • You will always find reasons to wiggle out of actions that will forever change your life.
  • Where you don’t have power, you’re not making choices.
  • If you are lacking money or time, is that just your knee-jerk reaction?
  • When you complain about any area of life, that means you need to take action.
  • You’re creating overwhelm so you don’t take action at all.
  • Create conversations in the present, not the future.

Constantly look for ways to up-level your game.

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