Procrastination can keep you from implementing a high powered project. The next time you feel like resisting taking a step forward towards completing your project stop and consider organizing one corner of your office space or 3 files that are associated with the project you are working on. Fragmentation due to disorganization leads to procrastination. When you take a step in the direction of organization around a project, even if it is a small corner of organization, you will find that you create simplicity. Simplicity leads to clarity of focus, and clarity of focus leads to action based living. Remember the last stress relief tip addressed a popular program that is often associated with procrastination: In order to accept myself I need to be perfect, I am resisting taking a step towards completing this project for fear of possible rejection, by myself or those around me. Perfectionism and procrastination often walk hand in hand. Reflect on this statement: I am willing to accept myself and honor my unique creativity with or without accomplishing this project. You will find you often release new energy to move forward when you remember you are OK just as you are, "What would you dare to do if you knew you could not fail." This unknown author understood a key element that needs to be in place for advancement to take place. The ability to create can only take place in the presence of freedom.
Lauren E Miller, Stress Relief/Personal Excellence Educator; Founder and Managing Partner of Grab & Go Stress Solutions, International Award Winning Author/Speaker/Trainer/Coach. Through product resources; mainstream media; 1:1 coaching; workshops; seminars and 30 day, 3 minute a day programs, Lauren equips thousands of people world wide with effective, sustainable skillsets that produce positive behavioral shifts which expand the ability to excel in life without all of the stress and anxiety resulting in purpose driven, confident living; goal achievement and work-life satisfaction.
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