Environment is more potent than willpower. Intentionally creating the ideal space for your best work can be half the battle in overcoming procrastination and fostering your brilliance.
A little bit of delay getting started on a task can be normal, especially for neurodivergent people. But if you find yourself excessively stalling, it’s time for an intervention. Here are 3 proven strategies that can help you stop stalling and finally get started.
If you’re a coach, trainer, teacher, parent, or any other type of space-holder, your primary job is to create the space that facilitates successful outcomes for your clients or students. Here’s an example of how to do this in a trauma-informed way.
It feels weird to say I’ve been hiding when I publish a daily blog on a public website, but this is the dichotomy at the heart of the challenge. In some ways we are all hiding. But what happens when it prevents you from sharing your best work?
When choosing a space for your best work, most people focus on architecture and amenities, ignoring the most important feature that any space needs for us to truly thrive.
Choosing the right space for a task is a key factor in doing that task most efficiently. But the “space” isn’t only about the space.
You likely have something that you know you need to do, but you’re not doing it. The biggest barrier to taking action is not time, but a more foundational element.