Procrastination Humor PayoffNov 04, 2021
Finding humor, especially in the seemingly irrational behavior of procrastination, can help relieve stress, to help you take action.
Unless you’re truly prevented from doing something by circumstances beyond your control, you are getting a short-term benefit from procrastinating. Really.
Just as the actions you take can generate positive feelings, so can the inaction of procrastination.
Procrastination helps you relieve unpleasant feelings in the short-term, but often creates worse problems and emotions in the long-term.
Here’s one way to help with your procrastination.
- Acknowledge that you’re human, and that sometimes you procrastinate to feel better in that moment.
- Forgive yourself, or make a joke about it, and move forward.
If you’d like more help taking action, I have a FREE guide on my website or bio link!
Wishing you ☀️❤️☮️️ Alicia
(As an aside, hopefully no one has ever really made this comment to you. If they did, I hope you realize that what people say is through their lens.
I believe you have tremendous potential. You are the only you who has ever existed. Because of that, you can contribute to your life, and the world, in unique ways you might not have thought about! You’ve got this!)
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