In this competitive world, often times the following kinds of thoughts cross our minds:
I feel like I am wasting my time.
I am so unproductive right now.
I watch dramas all day or am on Facebook and do nothing constructive.
And we know the solution too i.e.
GET YOUR ASS UP AND START DOING SOMETHING!
But many a times it doesn’t work, there is no motivation. Right?
So in this post I would like to talk about a few things each one of us can do that can help us spend our day in a better way. I am no expert in this field, I am only sharing what has benefited me and can hopefully be of use to the readers.
So here’s how you can use a simple totka to relieve the constipated procrastination you have been holding in your ass for long.
1.Think about your achievements from past:
Are you a graduate? A mom? A dad? Someone looking for a job? Someone on a payroll? An entrepreneur? On vacations?
Who ever you are, you are here today because you passed some exams in your life. You went through school, college, university and now you are here sitting and thinking how unworthy you are. GIRL/BOY if you were unworthy, you wouldn’t have been able to get through all that.
And mind you it’s not just about academics, some things also happened in your past that were a big test/challenge.
2. Think about the challenges you faced in life:
Not one of you reached this age of yours today without ANY kind of non-academic challenges. Maybe you suffered a loss of a loved one, maybe someone dear to you is/was sick and you are/were taking care of them. Maybe you are going through a heart break, a broken relationship. Maybe you have suffered psychological, emotional, physical traumas in your life.
REMEMBER YOU WENT THROUGH ALL THAT, YOU SURVIVED IT. YOU ARE CAPABLE!
3. Act now:
So you realize how much you have achieved so far? Don’t underestimate your abilities. You can do it and you will do it. So grab your planners, that book that lies in your shelf for so long, that unfinished CV, that article in draft form, that painting unfinished, those clothes unsewn, that alarm clock with no alarm set, that calendar with no reminders, that note on fridge not acted upon yet.
Give a pat on your back. Take a deep breath and say: I can do it.