Click this link to see my presentation on ENDING PROCRASTIVITY: How to Use Your Precious Time Better.
What is procrastination? Procrastination is the deliberate act of delaying, unnecessarily, what needs to be done. Some delays are necessary: waiting on permission, waiting on information, waiting on collaboration. But many delays are optional when we choose to delay because we are avoiding something else. If you are holding back on work that you can begin, you are procrastinating. And when you procrastinate, the costs start adding up.
According to a Forbes magazine article titled, Who Wastes The Most Time At Work? by Cheryl Conner, researchers have shown that up to 64% of workers procrastinate at work... and I can only imagine how that statistic increases for us who work from home, where even more distractions abound!
Procrastivity is one of the biggest barriers to completing important projects, tasks, or initiatives. By becoming aware of what is causing procrastivity in your day, you can make intentional and proactive changes to move the most important things forward, thank goodness!
I shared this recording for the Side Hustle Moms Summit which includes a quick review of my Four Questions to Ask Guide to help you determine how you can start to frame "things that come up" to act on... or save for later which helps you to keep focus on the most important things and getting them closer to done.
If Lollie's story or the presentation pique your interest in finding out more about working with me. Use my contact form to set up a free consultation call. I'm not the high-pressured sales type and can let you know if I can help and share other resources. I do have a few coaching openings and I'm offering discounts on my packages right now. Let's chat!
DeShawn Wert teaches intelligent, motivated, professionals how to get stuff done so they CAN relax and enjoy the fruits of their labor! Let's explore how you do your best work together. An Ericson-trained life coach and JTS Coaching-trained ADHD coach, DeShawn is a member of good standing in the ADHD Coaches Organization. She's been a contributor to several books on living with ADHD, including Dr. Dale Archer's book, The ADHD Advantage, and Laurie Dupar's series called, More Ways to Succeed with ADHD.