I’m going out on a limb here.
You feel that 2019 is the year that you’ll finally get started on that creative project you’ve been dreaming about for so long. But putting the finishing touches on your big idea is difficult for you, because you feel like it could be just a little bit more perfect.
If this is ‘check, check, check’ for you, then you know what it’s like to be stuck in procrastination station. You’re not alone. I’ve been there.
Procrastination is the curse of the (online) creative. You create something with your heart and soul and then you have to put your creations out there for the world to see, judge + criticize. That stuff is scary. No wonder you procrastinate.
As a recovering perfectionist, one of the problems I ran into most is procrastination.
The perfectionist’s way of thinking is:
“Why start a project when I know I won’t be able to do it perfectly? Maybe I should wait a few months to get better at it first.”
“Nooooo, this project isn’t done yet and I can’t move on to the next thing, because there are so many details that aren’t perfect yet!”
I’m sure you recognize this.
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The thing is, though, you don’t have to remain stuck in procrastination station.
That’s why I’m sharing these sure-fire tips that will help you stop procrastination, build a productive daily routine + free up time in your creative business.
A little disclaimer upfront, this isn’t going to be one of those blog posts that you skim through and move on without implementing any real changes.
No, you’ve got work to do, my friend. I’m going to leave you with a lot of homework. So, grab a journal or notebook to take notes, write down questions + reflect on your answers.
What we’ll go through in this in-depth guide:
Why mental blocks keep you in a state of being frazzled and frustrated instead of achieving the goals you’ve set for yourself
How you can turn procrastination into purposeful productivity
How to tap into your purpose to create a daily routine that gets you organized
The steps you need to take to build a daily routine and master a purposefully productive work and life, so that you can put an end to all that exhaustion and overwhelm
Plus, actionable tips on how to put your daily routine into practice, so that you no longer have to spend nights and weekends glued to your computer, jumping from task to task, watching as everyone else makes it look effortless
Sounds right up your alley? Great! Let’s get started.