Everyone battles against procrastination. February 5, 2019 2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. No matter how much you get done a daily basis, or how long your checked off to-do list is, procrastination is a challenge even the best and most organized of us face. Of course, it doesn’t mean we’re
Everyone battles against procrastination.
2 min read
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.
No matter how much you get done a daily basis, or how long your checked off to-do list is, procrastination is a challenge even the best and most organized of us face. Of course, it doesn’t mean we’re lazy. We’re all warriors changing the world with our ideas and passion for our businesses.
Still, there are days where we wake up with an exploding inbox, or out of control to-do list, and exactly zero will to tackle any of it.
I get it, I’ve been there too.
And then it spirals, right? You procrastinate, feel off, procrastinate further, feel guilty, and before you know it you’re wrapped in your personal burned-out-but-frustrated-with-yourself cocoon. It can be so hard to full yourself out of it, but if this is something you struggle with?
You’re in exactly the right place — and today’s episode of She Takes on the World is for you.
Jim Kwik is back for the final episode of the Kwik Habits series, and this time around he’s talking about his productivity hacks, as well as how he avoids procrastination and keeps what matters to him the most in his view through it all.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it:
Try one of Jim’s many techniques for overcoming procrastination and dropping into your most productive state.
- Jim’s “4 G’s” for a Kwik mindset
- Breaking your biggest tasks down
- Starting with your why – finding the reasons and reaping the rewards
- Just starting, somewhere. Anywhere.
And no matter what, remember to be kind to yourself, especially when you catch yourself in a spiral like procrastination. If you’re kind to yourself when you don’t live up to your highest of expectations, you’re more likely to improve next time. As always, make one of these daily rituals and practices your own this week.