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HOW TO STOP PROCRASTINATING
3 ways to boost your enthusiasm for short-term goals.
If we want to stop procrastinating,
we have to convince ourselves
that each small step is important
and exciting.
Here are...
1. Write down why your
next step, the small
thing in front of you, is
important.
Our brains process the idea in a
different way through the act of
writing it down. But don’t just write
it down, post it. ...
Click here to discover why
Serial Winners are the
most valuable members
of any team.
NAMED ONE OF THE
TOP 10 LEADERSHIP BO...
2. Give yourself
permission to be
excited about the
baby steps!
Turn yourself loose and
try to get the people
around you excited about
whatever baby step you’re
tackling right now.
It mi...
3. Build or find an
environment that
gives you positive
feedback.
Find the encouragement you
need from people who will
understand the importance of
small moments of progress. It
will boost...
To stop procrastinating,
let yourself get excited
about knocking out the
small steps in front of
you, because that’s
the f...
For a FREE guide to building
a stronger team, available at
WeidelonWinning.com, click here.
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How to Stop Procrastinating - 3 Ways to Boost Your Enthusiasm for Short-Term Goals

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Progress happens when we get excited about what’s in front of us.Take a moment and think about what you’re actively not doing that you should be doing. To stop procrastinating, let yourself get excited about knocking out the small steps in front of you, because that’s the fastest way to get where you want to go.

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How to Stop Procrastinating - 3 Ways to Boost Your Enthusiasm for Short-Term Goals

  1. 1. HOW TO STOP PROCRASTINATING 3 ways to boost your enthusiasm for short-term goals.
  2. 2. If we want to stop procrastinating, we have to convince ourselves that each small step is important and exciting. Here are 3 ways to tackle the mental game of making progress.
  3. 3. 1. Write down why your next step, the small thing in front of you, is important.
  4. 4. Our brains process the idea in a different way through the act of writing it down. But don’t just write it down, post it. Put it somewhere where you can read it until it gets done.
  5. 5. Click here to discover why Serial Winners are the most valuable members of any team. NAMED ONE OF THE TOP 10 LEADERSHIP BOOKS OF 2015 IN INC.
  6. 6. 2. Give yourself permission to be excited about the baby steps!
  7. 7. Turn yourself loose and try to get the people around you excited about whatever baby step you’re tackling right now. It might give you the boost you need.
  8. 8. 3. Build or find an environment that gives you positive feedback.
  9. 9. Find the encouragement you need from people who will understand the importance of small moments of progress. It will boost your enthusiasm for the next small step.
  10. 10. To stop procrastinating, let yourself get excited about knocking out the small steps in front of you, because that’s the fastest way to get where you want to go.
  11. 11. For a FREE guide to building a stronger team, available at WeidelonWinning.com, click here.

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