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09: The Three Key Factors of Bad Procrastination Habits

“If there’s no clarity, there is no way for us to succeed.”

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Do you find yourself procrastinating? What are the reasons you find yourself procrastinating in your life today? We often find ourselves putting off tasks or pushing back goals, and then using excuses to justify our actions. Why though? Do you have a sense of urgency? Are you empowering the context behind your goals? It’s time to stop complaining about the areas in our life we want to fix, and just do it!

In this week’s episode, we discuss empowering context and moving past our decisions to keep pushing our goals back. We’ve identified the three main factors in life that keep us from moving forward, and influence our procrastination habits. It’s time to take action!

“Without a clear goal or vision, it is near impossible for that to happen.”

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The Cliff Notes:

  • There are three reasons why people find themselves procrastinating: no clarity, no accountability, and community.
  • Different parts of you have to align in order to achieve success. An example would be your conscious mind, aligning with your unconscious mind.
  • If you don’t know what you are aiming for, it most likely will never happen.
  • If you cannot identify an end goal from a task you want or need to complete, you will most likely procrastinate.
  • If you don’t speak your desires, there is almost a zero chance you will accomplish them.
  • The average person has around five best friends in their lifetime.
  • Sharing your transformation can change the way others perceive you — in a good way!
  • Some people get stuck in a singular view, which can negatively impact their growth in the long run.
  • Transforming your unhelpful habits will result in more positive outcomes for you.
  • Empowering context makes you want to do something at the best of your ability.
  • If you do not have empowering context, you WILL procrastinate.
  • In order to optimize self motivation, you will NEED empowering context.
  • Those who procrastinate will always make excuses for why they are not doing it, instead of just doing it.
  • Being late + an excuse does NOT equal being on time.
  • In order to stop the process of procrastination, you will need to develop a sense of urgency.
  • Problems are a constant throughout life, and will always arise in whatever situation you are in.

“If you’re doing something just to go through the motions, than you shouldn’t be doing it at all.”

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