I Fixed My Procrastination. Here’s How…
Ever since I was a kid, I have been fascinated with the idea of self-improvement, optimizing my life, and adapting my circumstances to meet my own goals. I didn’t push boundaries as much as I tried to get as close to them as possible without getting in trouble. Later in life, I watched myself procrastinate and missing opportunities. I noticed the negative effects of procrastination on my job, the way it zapped my energy, and how it affected the people around me. See these negative side effects made me decide to get serious about turning this aspect of my life around. While procrastinating, I felt free because I was doing what I wanted in that moment. But I began to see how it was also costing me my freedom, as I often found myself backed into corners and missing out on what I truly desired.
My Turning Point to Productivity
I’ve always been someone who wants to be in control of my life – both in the times when I take control and when I let go of it, which can be just as important. At a young age I decided that I would go after my dreams and do things my own way. To that end, it was essential for me to look at the things holding me back and to figured out how to overcome them. Over the years, I developed certain strategies that changed as I grew and developed into an Entrepreneur, Photojournalist, Author, and now as an Instructional Designer.
Throughout my blog posts, you may have noticed how I adapt common tips and strategies to different conditions and situations. In my new course, Transform Your Procrastination: Get on the Path of Productivity, I’m thrilled to share the methods, strategies, insights, and bits of wisdom I’ve accumulated in a way that makes the artist in me sing.
Fix Your Procrastination with Customized Help
My course, Transform Your Procrastination is not for everyone. It is a course for those who are fed up with how procrastination has played out in their lives and are determined to take charge over how they spend their time to fix their procrastination. There are different types of procrastinators, and it’s important for me to tailor strategies to your individual needs with customized help. This course is ultimately for those who realize that they need support and not just a list of “hacks” as they reach for the future they want to live or the legacy they want to leave.
Transform Your Procrastination is so powerful because it makes you get involved. In an hour or two per week over the course of 20 weeks, you’ll look inside yourself at those times when you don’t procrastinate and find out what’s different when you do. This will help you fix your procrastination habits by molding them into positive habits.
Keep a log of the instances when you redirect your procrastination back to your task. In doing this, you’ll not only get a clear picture of your personal procrastination patterns, but you’ll also have a record of how your different strategies are working. Your log will provide a basis for the rewards you’ll give yourself.
The journal questions in the course guide you to think about your patterns, and you come away with a reference document for when you need a refresher. The commitments you make to yourself at the end of the course will help you hold everything you’ve learned in place until in becomes automatic habits. At the heart of the course is the Transformation Community Forum where I coach you. In the forum you get the opportunity to both give and receive support from your fellow course-takers.
Take Charge of Your Life Today
Transform Your Procrastination isn’t only for chronic procrastinators. Many people are very successful in one part of their lives, but tend to procrastinate in others. This course will open the door for you to take charge of your life, and take back control of your productivity. After all, you’re more in control of your life than you may imagine.
As an occasional procrastinator myself, I find that the insights and strategies can get me through specific tasks I would naturally put off. By looking deeper into my resistance to my task, I can see that my aversion to doing a particular task (one I know I should be doing) often yields useful insights about myself. Once you take charge of your life and your procrastination, the possibilities are endless.
Is Transform Your Procrastination just the thing you need to finally take charge of your life?