There’s no better feeling than a project that’s complete. It’s like saying “Take that procrastination!”

There’s that sense of self-respect.

That sense of accomplishment.

That earned sense of self-respect and self-esteem.

Whatever you want to achieve in your life – there’s one thing that’s gotta happen.

You’ve got to finish it.

One imperfectly finished project is better than 100 half done.

If you don’t learn how to finish – you’ll never live your highest potential.

If you don’t set your sights to finish, then you erode your self-esteem and self-trust.

Not finishing increases stress and is a major cause of overwhelm.

Yesterday I shared with you how to overcome being paralyzed and ignite your purpose. That blog will get you started if you don’t know how to go from unstuck to momentum FAST.

Today I’m going to share with you how to go from momentum to sustained momentum to finished.

It’s a simple concept I’m going to share with you. It is elegant, and it is powerful. But don’t think it’s easy. Simple and easy are not the same thing.

There are just four decisions you need to make to finish.

These are strategic and valuable decisions that will powerfully move you forward.

So make them, take them to heart and watch the awesomeness that follows.

Four Decisions That Turn The Tables On Procrastination:

1. Decide what your ideal outcome is (positively, clearly and in present tense).

2. Decide to take CIA (Courageous Imperfect Action) until you achieve your outcome. BTW – yesterday was the best time to start, so you’ll have to settle for now!

3. Decide to pay attention to the feedback you are getting without taking it personally.

4. Decide to analyze the feedback you are getting and consistently change your approach and be flexible until you produce your ideal outcome (or something better).

Committing to these decisions will change the game.

Make four decisions? Simple.
Living them? That’s where the rubber meets the road.

When you find a cause that’s greater than you, it makes it easier to commit.

When you link positive outcome and curiosity with these decisions, it brings about rapid change.

Deep down you know that you are a finisher. Deep down you know there is more for you to bring forward into the world. Deep down you know that it’s time to bring your decisions into the present moment. Deep down you know that perfectionism and/or procrastination are killing your dreams.

Deep down you know that you can change everything…

Right now.

It’s time to turn the tables on procrastination and become a finisher.

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In the comments below, commit to making these decisions for yourself today. Share why. Tell me how this feels. And tell me what outcome you are committed to (clearly and in the positive/present tense).

When you comment below, you take the first step to making the invisible… visible.

Let’s take that step together today. Right now.

Remember to get out there, take action and make it real!

Your biggest supporter,

Mastin

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12 thoughts on “Procrastination: This Is How To Turn The Tables And Finish

  1. I will seek a media outlet today to publicize a wrong that has been allowed to continue for nine years. It will not stop without direct action from me. I was too afraid to do anything about it. Any action would have been better than no action.

  2. I will get crystal clear what is that I want . I want to be in service and help others to heal themselves and light the their fire within. I will at eke every day little imperfect steps towards that vision.

  3. I will not be paralyzed by what happened when I was laid off from my last job. I need to move forward in my job search and not be scared. I will make my decision to get help with the search. Even though money is scarce right now.

  4. I will affirmatively state to people I trust that I want that job. I will put myself in front of people making the decision and not tamper my passion for it, regardless of the outcome.

  5. Wow! I don’t believe in coincidences. This little email speaks volumes to me. Across the nation is something that takes a hold of someone by force such a stronghold and I will call that procrastination. I have to break procrastination in my life. What a beautiful letter of email that was sent out about procrastination. This is the topic that I know I need work on. And I will find the strength, and courage within myself to no longer procrastinate. I have a message to send to the world and my message will be heard! I’m going to start right now.
    Bless you for this message of truth!

  6. This was a gut punvh! I really need to STOP PROCRASTINATING NOW! Music and books are inside of me. Gotta get it done before it is too late.

  7. Today, I will take the steps necessary to leave my corporate career for good so that I can focus on my writing career and coaching career. I will not let the discomfort of the golden handcuffs strap me to the ball of fearing the unknown. I will surround myself with the knowledge of others who have created their own trails of success, I will not settle for the comfort of getting by…I am a writer and I am here to tell stories to the world!!

  8. I realized procrastination is Fear! I will take the steps today and face my Fears head-on. I’m Confident and Powerful beyond measures. I can do all things thru my Heavenly Father Whom Strengthening ME!

  9. I have to lose 50 lbs before i can get a hip replacement. I am in a lot of pain and yet I have not fully committed to doing this. Today I will focus on the outcome of being pain free and able to move with grace and ease. Everytime I feel the urge to give up I will ask myself, “pain or freedom to participate in life?” The choice is mine….

  10. There are actually some good reasons to procrastinate , as you’ll discover when learning how to master the art of procrastination , all for the greater personal good of course! Turn this apparent “problem” around by considering the benefits of procrastinating

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