Do you ever end up in the trap of “I’ll do it later,” or “I’ll do it tomorrow,” but things never seem to get done?
When you keep on telling yourself that you’re going to do things, and you don’t end up doing them, you end up hurting your own self-confidence.
This leads to you doubt your ability to actually do the thing you want to do, which leads you to… more nothing.
Procrastination is a never-ending cycle IF you ALLOW yourself to be trapped by it.
In this episode of the Rock Your Money, Rock Your Life podcast, I talk about the two characteristics of highly successful people, why your identity can be your greatest ally or biggest foe, three simple steps that you can use to overcome your procrastination.
“A body that’s in motion tends to stay in motion, unless exerted upon by another force, and a body that’s not in motion, sitting on the couch, tends to stay there as well.” – Rock Thomas
A belief is a feeling of certainty. If you believe you’re not a morning person, if you believe you’re lazy, if you believe you’re not somebody who can follow the path and be efficient and effective, you’re going to show up that way.” – Rock Thomas