Have you ever asked yourself that question?

The truth is people procrastinate for numerous reasons.

There is no right or wrong answer here it just depends on the person

and their situation.

However, I do believe that FEAR is the number one reason people procrastinate.

Why do I believe that?

Take for instance whenever you start something new what is the first thought that

comes into your mind? We think that we cannot do it. And that’s just a natural human

instinct.

We do not do what we want to, or think that we should, because we are afraid of

failure, afraid of how much work it will be or have other fears of not being able to

actually do it.

Consider an aspiring entrepreneur. They know that in order to be as good as some of

their favorite leaders, they need to put in the extra time and work every single day.

They might start out strong, working an extra two or three hours a day for the first

few days, but then they begin to see that they are nowhere near the level that they

want to be (even though they are just starting out) and begin to let fear cloud their

judgement.

They begin to tell themselves that they will never get to the next level and that they

have instead wasted all of their time for nothing. This is fear 101 and it pervades

their thoughts and eventually, their work habits slowly begin to diminish, work hour’s

gets shorter or less frequent, and they stop trying entirely.

In other cases, we procrastinate because we are simply feeling lazy. It is a lot of

work to accomplish something great, and even though most of us want to do exactly

that, the work seems insurmountable.

You might have convinced yourself that doing this will result in that, but you are not

taking the steps to do it. Laziness is almost never the sole reason that we do not

accomplish our goals, but it does factor in the equation.

We also procrastinate because there are plenty of small, fun tasks that can be done

during the day.

For example, if you wanted to write a novel, and you were planning to write 1000

words, you might do small tasks that seem more appealing instead – such as:

Naming your characters
Creating backstories for them
Drawing a diagram of the town that you are setting your novel in
Etc.

Although this stuff does have its time, but it’s time is not when you have decided to

write 1000 words on your novel. It’s time is when you actually begin writing!

By simply breaking tasks down into smaller steps you will not only address this issue,

but it will show you how to solve your procrastination problem easily. It will keep

you BUSY throughout the day which is precisely what you want to be accomplishing.

we all spend too much time on the non-income producing activities in our business.

Which is really procrastination… Does that sounds familiar to you?

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