The procrastination problem is like an epidemic. It seems to be everywhere, and it feels contagious.
If you delay one task, and you end up falling behind in another. Suddenly, your whole day is off track, which throws off your week, and then your month.
Then one day you look up and realized you’ve been setting the same New Year goal for yourself for the last three years. 🙄
Procrastination is the kind of problem that causes more problems. But often, it’s a symptom of a deeper, less obvious problem, too.
Continue reading “3 Hidden Causes for Your Procrastination Problem”
It’s that time of year again…
Everyone’s obsessing over annual goals, resolutions, and vision boards. You’ve probably come up with a list of you want to do this year, too.
But if you’re setting New Year goals like most people, the odds are not in your favor. 😬
By February, 80% of people who set goals or resolutions at the top of the year will have abandoned them.
As a productivity coach and life coach, I’ve spent hundreds of hours helping my clients set goals and take massive action toward them. I’ve seen people smash through the ceilings of their goals, and I’ve seen them stall out.
So what do my most successful clients have in common?
Continue reading “Ask This Powerful Question to Reach Your Goals Faster”
Years ago—I mean so long ago I was literally still a child—I made the decision not to make New Year’s resolutions. I can’t remember exactly how old I was, but I had been around long enough to develop an opinion that resolutions were these lofty declarations that people made on January 1st that had no resemblance to their actual lives by the time February rolled around.
Up to that point, when it came to breaking resolutions, I was just as guilty as the next person. Maybe I thought that resolutions were meant to be broken. Maybe no one taught me what a resolution even was, and how to properly set them. Whatever it was, I decided that resolutions weren’t for me.
Then a few years later, I started giving my years a one-word theme. A single thought or concept or value that I would work to incorporate into my life. A single motivation behind everything I did. A single guiding principle for making decisions. Continue reading “My One Word for 2018”