Do you, like millions of other well-intentioned people, struggle with waiting until the last minute to do your most important tasks? Do you have a dump-truck load of unfinished projects that mentally beat you down daily?
Confession: I’ve been a chronic procrastinator my entire life. And despite my best efforts, it’s taken me nearly 35 years to figure out what actually works to motivate me to quit the excuses, take care of business, and finish a project before moving on to something else.
In today’s podcast episode, I share my story of procrastination and discuss the three practical strategies that have helped me beat it and become a finisher. If they work for the diva of delay – aka me – chances are they’ll work for you, too.
Click below to listen to the full, 23-minute podcast episode.
Download Episode #004: How to beat procrastination & become a finisher
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Episode 4 resources
“The Millionaire Mind” by Thomas Stanley
“Eat that Frog” by Bryan Tracy
How I organize my schedule: Podcast Episode #002
“But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” – Phil. 3:13-14
Launching the Living Rich on Less podcast has been a real growth experience for me. I am working hard to get better with each episode. I welcome your feedback about how I can improve. And I’m always looking for fresh topics for future episodes.
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Are you prepared to embrace “to-go thinking” and whip procrastination for good?
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