Confession time: This weekend is the first time I've worked on the book in 2017. Yep, there it is. Keeping it real!
My personal life has been pretty crazy over the last 3 weeks--my sister & her family (including my adorable nephew) moved to Australia & we went to Nashville to help with final preparations, Garrett was sick & quarantined in the basement for a full week, and he just got home from a full week of work in California, and now Fi has a cold.
Business has been beautiful and awesome with coaching calls, half-day Skype intensives, launching my 6-month mentorship, and some awesome publicity appearances + opportunities (some you know about and some coming soon, stay tuned!).
These are not excuses; they are explanations. I haven't been sitting around doing nothing (and I know you haven't either, even if you've been procrastinating on something). HOWEVER, my priorities & laser focus for this quarter are serving my 1-on-1 clients well + writing my book, so it was time to dedicate some time on my calendar to the book, and it feels SO GOOD.
Yesterday, I made a decision to STOP the momentum that procrastination had gained and START a new type of momentum--traction on getting it done.
I put 1661 words on paper yesterday in about an hour, was at it again yesterday, and I have another session scheduled on my calendar for today.
HOW YOU CAN APPLY THIS:
Awareness is the first step!
So, answer, what have you been procrastinating on that is actually a true priority for you? Admitting it will take away some of procrastination's power and allow you to be open to finding ways to start on it for 5 minutes today!
Share with us below--where has procrastination gained momentum, and where would you like that to change today?