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PROCRASTINATION | Mentoring in a Minute
Why do we procrastinate? Even worse, why do we allow procrastination to come back when we know it causes us so much anxiety? You know what you need to do, but you don’t do it…
You tell yourself that you procrastinate because you are disorganized, or lazy, or because you don’t care enough!
But you know that isn’t true.
You are smart enough and capable.
And you are hardworking but can’t get things done on time and can’t seem to figure out why.
If you are reading this, the chances are that like me. You don’t consider procrastination as an ally.
Responsibility | MiM
Responsibility is important if one wishes to follow the rules without outside authority.
However, this is not required, or something to be admired.
It is simply a choice of way of life.
If you believe that habits create achievement than it is important for one to be disciplined.
Discipline is defined as: the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience.
Through years of natural instinct, humans are naturally responsible for their own actions.
Additional discipline is only needed if one is trying to be someone beyond their natural state.
Mentoring in a Minute #4 Time
Rejection is an almost unavoidable aspect of being human.
No one has ever succeeded in love or in life without first facing rejection.
When it comes to rejection the thing that I choose to focus on is my perception of it.
Mentally, I try and transform that negative experience into a positive.
Rejection has nothing to do with who you are.
Realize that rejection happens to the best of us and look at the positives of rejection.
If you think about your significance, to be significant means that you should do something that influences the lifes of many * (eg. Mahatma Ghandi).
If you want to be significant to those close to you , you should prove yourself to them by material means or by influencing their life (you school theacher , your mother).
But if you want to be significant to yourself , you sould think about what are you goals and reach them .
You should reach what you dream to be.
Only then you will think about yourself as a significant person.
There are many who reach only one ore two of those level.
Signifiance is very relative.
Find Your Motivation
Burn your inside with motivation.
You have a dream, a notion, now all you have to do is kindle it: do activities that “make your brain” remember what you are fighting for.
What is your dream that each day when you wake up your eyes glitter with the notion of your dream?
What is it that makes you breath, that makes you eat and sleep, and LIVE!
What is it that makes you run, and when your legs are dead, crawl to the finish line?
What is that goal that you are holding in your heart which is so important to you that you will NEVER give up?!
“Every morning you have two choices:
Continue to sleep with your dreams or wake up and chase them”
Hard work beats talent!
Don’t stop when you are tired.
Stop when you are done!
Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit.
The best revenge is: To Improve Yourself.
Perseverance is the key to Success!
What’s the best way to manage your own busy calendar?
Keep a calendar/schedule and record all events and commitments as you accept them. Be sure not to miss recording anything and get into the habit of checking it regularly.
Check it before making new commitments too so you don’t double book yourself.
Find an app that’s cross-platform, so you can update your schedule at any time via your phone, computer and tablet, and set reminders for yourself so you don’t forget anything.
Make sure the app is visually very easy to interpret, with clear colours, times etc so that a quick glance can let you know where you’re up to.
Some apps have a feature that shows you your schedule each day when your alarm goes off which is useful if you have a busy schedule every day.
If you’re more of a hands-on person, a traditional paper diary could be a great idea.
Keep it small, so you can carry it at all times, and make sure it’s a good quality one that you can enjoy writing and planning in.
Write neatly and clearly so you can interpret it later on and again be sure to check it every day.
You could also try a wall calendar/planner, taped to your office wall, or somewhere where you can see and update it regularly.