Episode 5: How to Stop Procrastinating
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Let’s be honest: many lawyers have a procrastination problem.
Sometimes it’s because you’re overwhelmed by too much to do. Other times it’s because you’re not as motivated.
And sometimes you procrastinate thinking that you need the extra pressure to work your best.
But procrastination can be a real problem. It creates an imbalanced lifestyle, making you feel as if you’re constantly jumping from one emergency to another.
And in all honesty, procrastination can become a legal ethics issue.
The good news is that you can learn how to stop procrastinating. Today, we’re talking about 5 hidden procrastination triggers and how to deal with them so that you can overcome procrastination once and for all.
Here’s What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode About How To Stop Procrastinating:
- Why you shouldn’t label yourself a procrastinator (hint: procrastination isn’t the underlying problem. . . it’s a symptom).
- 5 secret causes of procrastination that can be overcome.
- What to do when you’re just not that motivated to do something (instead of procrastinating).
- And lots more!
You’ll get practical advice for how to effectively deal with the underlying causes of procrastination so that you can finally learn how to stop procrastinating once and for all.
Links Mentioned In Today’s Episode:
- Episode #2: The Truth About Lawyer Stress
- Episode #4: 10 Client Development Myths Holding You Back
- Article About How to Say No Without Feeling Guilt
- Learn more about reframing in this article about 10 Life Tips For How To Excel In Life (it’s tip #3).
- Life & Law Roadmap: 7-Step Guide to A Deeply Fulfilling Career That’s Balanced With a Real Life
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