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.
When you find yourself avoiding something, distinguishing whether it’s hard or uncomfortable can help you find the right strategy to get through it.
If we focus only on treating the symptoms, we end up playing whack-a-mole with the problem and never truly solving it.
On the surface, it would seem that avoidance tendencies strip you of control. On closer look, you’ll see that everything you avoid gives you a certain type of control.
Delaying your action doesn’t make you a procrastinator, lazy, or a victim of the resistance. It makes you wise.
Procrastinators delay doing tasks. Precrastinators take quick action and get things done. Which one wins in the productivity battle? The answer isn’t what you’d expect.