How To Stop Procrastinating And Start Living

I’ve been a student of this for a long time and I’ve become much more organized over the years since I started. I think you will too, and I’ll show you how. Let’s take our time to do more meaningful work.

If you want to get things done on time, here’s what you need to start: A strategy for working and organizing your priorities. A system for prioritizing and grouping your tasks and tasks that is focused and deliberate. A process for making sure you focus on what’s truly important. And this system and this strategy must work together. The plan works best if you have time to give it thought. But if you don’t have the time or if you just aren’t inspired or if you’ve never written a plan before (and you shouldn’t be…

If you are looking for a simple and effective method for overcoming procrastination, don’t do this. I would go so far as to say this is the most effective way to destroy your productivity. It would be like finding a way to beat a computer game. It will always be an option because it does work; it just requires a bit of thought to avoid its pitfalls.

I’ve gone over this already in my own blog posts about how to start. If you have a question about it at the end of this post, please let me know. But for now, you can find the link to this post, the blog post I wrote about how to start by clicking  here .

It’s my belief that you have two options when dealing with this:

1: Write a plan that says, in very, very clear and simple terms, what you are going to do and how you are going to do it. This is what most people who are struggling deal with. A great many of these people do this.

2: Stop doing whatever you are currently doing and do something else. Start over. You’ll save yourself a lot of time and frustration by doing this. It’s a very effective way to help change your life. It’s also a more direct route than just doing a small project that you can do from home.

For me, I have been putting off writing this post, so I figure I’ll keep my readers informed through my blog posts. Today is my first post in the new year of 2012 and I’m going to get right to it.

I think I have it all figured out now. How hard can it really be?

I’ve had two separate teachers tell me the same thing. I know what I’m doing right now is wrong. I know it sounds dumb. But it doesn’t sound dumb to anyone else. I’m going to see if I can make it work.

If you want to get started on your own writing goal, you have two main options. 

1: Write a short  journal entry or write a post on this site about what you are going to write about. Just a paragraph or two. Then write the post. For now, I don’t know if it works, or how many words it will be. But I’m going to keep doing it. 

2: Start a blog. This is the route I’ll take on February 9, 2012, the day you begin your new year. I’m going to begin my blog at my blog  here . 

I’ve been writing about writing and learning. I’ve been blogging for five years. I’ve written more than 400 blog posts on my blog, but there are more blogs to follow, more lessons to learn, and more readers to reach. My blog has been very successful so far in attracting lots of readers and lots of subscribers, so I believe it’s time to take the next step up in my blog writing and learn to publish for real money.