Done? Not Done? It's Ok
If you're done with all the tasks assigned so far, that's FANTASTIC! We've got plenty more coming and I know you're up for it.
In the weeks ahead, we’ll talk about money, protecting your family, final wishes, digital estate planning, and more.
If you’ve been putting off some (or all) of the last few weeks' task , consider this excerpt from the New York Times article Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do with Self-Control):
Procrastination isn’t a unique character flaw or a mysterious curse on your ability to manage time, but a way of coping with challenging emotions and negative moods induced by certain tasks — boredom, anxiety, insecurity, frustration, resentment, self-doubt and beyond.
“Procrastination is an emotion regulation problem, not a time management problem,” said Dr. Tim Pychyl, professor of psychology and member of the Procrastination Research Group at Carleton University in Ottawa.
I believe that motivation follows action.
No motivation? No problem.
Take the next step.
Do the work.
The motivation will follow.