Many people procrastinate.
You know that task that’s been on your to-do list for days? The one you keep avoiding?
Common response: “Ahh, I’ll do it tomorrow…”
And then tomorrow comes and you say the exact same thing. Sometimes you postpone the task to the very last moment—or you end up never doing it at all.
It’s convenient to rationalize, justify, and explain away our inability to achieve certain goals by simply believing we have too much to do or lack the willpower to take action. This seems way too easy.
Most people spend endless hours trying to motivate themselves and they struggle.
My advice: Stop trying to motivate yourself.
Instead, focus on gaining momentum! Momentum creates motivation.
Do something, regardless of how small.
Want to learn a simple technique I use religiously to overcome procrastination?
Watch this short video.
Or stream it on your favorite podcast platform! It’s episode 79 of the Getting Results podcast: How to Stop Procrastinating—Today! It’s available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify, and others.