If you’re anything like me, then life tends to yo-yo between being crazily busy, spinning what feels like hundreds of plates simultaneously in a circus act, or secretly procrastinating, avoiding having to feel so busy.
Sometimes that procrastination is fun – like catching up with friends – but sometimes it’s just ‘wasted’ time. I mean, how many cute animal videos can a girl possibly NEED to watch on Facebook before lunchtime on a Monday?
Either way, that ‘to do’ list turns into a hungry toddler or an un-walked Labrador if you procrastinate. It screams for attention and serves you up a massive dollop of guilt and beating yourself up.
So I’m curious: would you like to know the mindset shift I use to put an end to procrastination, once and for all? It’s a simple 3-part reframe, and it doesn’t even hurt. In fact, it frees me up to do more of what I really want to do.