Procrastinating Your Procrastination
So here’s what occurs: You’ve got a plan – let’s suppose, to awaken at 7; be washed and dressed to kill and breakfasted by 8; at your desk, easel or another workspace by 9; work 3 hours; exercise during your lunch; eat a fit salad at your desk; work 4 more hours; come home; eat supper with your mate; work a few more hours in the evening; and then curl up in bed with a great book. But you don’t abide by the plan.
Maybe you awaken late at 8,or9, or noon!
The plan is trashed before you even get moving. Or, perhaps, it takes you no time, but 3 hours to make it to your desk. And then, when you’re there, you drop an hour or three reading the paper, netsurfing, and making personal calls. Or, perhaps when lunch comes around you don’t exercise and rather eat a mammoth sandwich and then spend the rest of the afternoon feeling slow and don’t get much done. Etc.
Procrastination is when you get bumped off the “course” you set for yourself for the day. The challenge of outfoxing procrastination is the challenge of resisting the itch to leave your course. This is likewise the challenge of beating blocks since a block is truly an ongoing procrastination issue that lasts weeks, months, years, or decades.
This e-book will help you work out what is causing you to leave your daily course, and what you may do to stay dedicated and finally live the productive and happy life you’ve always wished for.