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The reasoning behind doing any thing is simply to avoid pain or gain pleasure. Why did we wait to write that book report in grade school until the last minute? Because we did not gain pleasure out of writing, we preferred to watch television, or hang out with our friends or had rather of done thousands of things. We choose to do it on the very last night before it was do because we realized that we would face enough pain if we did not have the report to hand in the next day, so we would sacrifice that one day of pleasure to avoid the pain of a bad grade or a teacher or parent reprimanding us.
Now when we are at work and we have our list of things to do…why do we always do the easiest things first? Because they are the easiest, and no one wants to live a hard life right? Well the longer you put so
Have you ever wanted to tell that person that you are dating that you no longer wish to date them? Why do we think about telling them for days, weeks, and even months before we break things off? (check out my articles Relationships) Because it is comfortable and the thought of putting ourselves in that situation is uncomfortable. Re
How do we change? Change what you link pain and pleasure to. Confused? First you must look at what it is that you know must be done - making that phone call, mowing the lawn, or going to one of my seminars. In the past you have found it more pleasurable to do what ever it was that you were doing instead of doing the afore
What is it like to wake up every morning next to a person you no longer love? Seeing them everyday and wishing you were not in a relationship with them, knowing that you deserve better. Every ti
Next imagine what life would be like in the near future if what you were putting off was accomplished. Maybe you made that phone call to that difficult to deal with prospect. Imagine that you were able to relate with them and inspire them to agree with whatever it was that you were trying to persuade them to do. How would it feel to have gained their agree
You must see the pleasure in doing the task that you have been procrastinating on. Maybe you have wanted to co
Again imagine the benefits of attending this event. What are others achieving after attending this event? What could be possible for you after attending this event? What kind of breakthroughs could you have from this event? You must link enough pleasure in taking positive action in the direction of the event. Do it now. What have you been putting off? What would you really like to do? What has been holding you back? What can you now make possible for your life by putting off procrastinating? Can you procrastinate later? After a while of procrastinating procrastination, you will make taking positive action part of your life and will receive pain from procrastination. Taking action will be a natural reaction.
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