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NHC # 45 3 effective ways to snap out of procrastination by taking care of your emotional health

June 22, 2021 Anindita
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NHC # 45 3 effective ways to snap out of procrastination by taking care of your emotional health
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NHC # 45 3 effective ways to snap out of procrastination by taking care of your emotional health
Jun 22, 2021
Anindita

When I ask what stops women from taking care of themselves emotionally, physically and spiritually on a consistent basis, I often hear this answer first

“I dont have enough time!”

The second reason that I hear is the I am too “Lazy” or “I tend to procrastinate”

It is this second aspect that I am going to focus on in today's episode.

As a way of teaching women how to take better care of their health, I have come to realise that this is a major issue for many women. And for the vast majority of women, it stems from a place of not being very equipped to deal with emotions.

You see, when you are trying out something new or moving towards the goals that you have set for yourself or simply desire something, there is often discomfort. And since most of us have never been taught how to deal with this emotional discomfort, we tend to put off doing those things that would allow us to lead a life where we could fulfill our dreams. 

Infact, there are so many productivity apps available to us today, one would think that procrastination should not be an issue at all for most people. However, this could not be further from the truth.

In this episode, I share with you

-why procrastination is an emotional regulation problem rather than a time management one
-a softer and more compassionate approach is more effective than criticism or judgment
-how perfectionism can hold you back from achieving what you set out to do

- 3 effective ways that you can overcome procrastination

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Show Notes

When I ask what stops women from taking care of themselves emotionally, physically and spiritually on a consistent basis, I often hear this answer first

“I dont have enough time!”

The second reason that I hear is the I am too “Lazy” or “I tend to procrastinate”

It is this second aspect that I am going to focus on in today's episode.

As a way of teaching women how to take better care of their health, I have come to realise that this is a major issue for many women. And for the vast majority of women, it stems from a place of not being very equipped to deal with emotions.

You see, when you are trying out something new or moving towards the goals that you have set for yourself or simply desire something, there is often discomfort. And since most of us have never been taught how to deal with this emotional discomfort, we tend to put off doing those things that would allow us to lead a life where we could fulfill our dreams. 

Infact, there are so many productivity apps available to us today, one would think that procrastination should not be an issue at all for most people. However, this could not be further from the truth.

In this episode, I share with you

-why procrastination is an emotional regulation problem rather than a time management one
-a softer and more compassionate approach is more effective than criticism or judgment
-how perfectionism can hold you back from achieving what you set out to do

- 3 effective ways that you can overcome procrastination

Never miss out on a podcast episode again!

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