Cancer Self-help is Here

Why do we procrastinate?

We all do it.

What stops us from being and doing the things we want and need to do?

Endless excuse?. I can start this tomorrow. I’ll do it later today. I’ll get to it next week.

Do you procrastinate because you are in fear? If so, then what is the fear? What are you afraid of?

How Do We Stop Procrastinating?

Acknowledging that you are procrastinating and starting with one small step in the right direction, you can move past your procrastination.

How to tame the procrastination beast:

1. Sit quietly and take in a big long deep breath and become centered.

2. With intention, see in your mind’s eye the project or desire you want to accomplish.

3. Take baby steps. Break all the parts of the project down into bite-size pieces. If it is your disorganized closet or cupboards that bug you every day because you need to clean them out? Take steps to do a bite-size piece every day. Break it all down into manageable tasks.

4. Is your phone beeping, ringing, and honking at you. Turn it off. Your technology could be the primary issue that keeps you distracted from what you want to do. When you get rid of the interruptions, you will be astounded at how much you can accomplish.

5. Reward yourself. What is a treat you will give yourself for accomplishing this task that you have put off for months? Make the reward something you will look forward to when you are done.

6. Can you do this task that you have been procrastinating about for months or years? Ask yourself, Can I do this? Do I want to do this? You have got to want it to do it, and only you can make that decision.

Are you procrastinating about how to heal your life? If, so, starting tomorrow, August 1, we are creating our unique Action Plan – a strategy to begin improving your lifestyle. It is not easy to change your lifestyle to heal your life. Infact, it is easier to change your religion than to change your lifestyle.Download your Worksheet and Action Plan, and let’s get you on the right track.

Let’s head up the cancer healing mountain together and stop procrastinating.

Maybe you are tired of your daily action plan, perhaps you don’t have one and struggle to do the things you know will help you heal. Maybe you are bored with your normal healing process. If so, let’s change it and make it more rewarding. let’s change all of it and start again with great intention and a desire to get well and stay well.

Get in touch with what you want and ask yourself what on earth is stopping you.

Let’s start with baby steps – one baby step at a time. We will do this together over the next month. You can work at your own pace.

Join me, and let’s take some baby steps together towards changing our lifestyle to heal our lives.

I will be reminding you often over at Prue’s Place Daily and offering suggestions, solutions, and ideas to keep you on track. Please bring your questions, and we can chat in the comments section. Don’t wait any longer. Let’s throw procrastination out the window and start healing our lives.

“On the mountains of truth you can never climb in vain: either you will reach a point higher up today, or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

Let’s take one baby step up the mountain together. I will be your Sherpa as we venture out on our healing path.

Cancer Self-help is here:

Download your Worksheet and Action Plan below and let’s head up the cancer healing mountain together.

Module 2, Worksheet Session 1: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7wmea7da5buo91e/Module_2_Worksheet_-_Session_1.pdf_.pdf?dl=0

Action Plan Example: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cqpplg8l1hgo87g/Action_Plan.xlsx?dl=0

Action Plan.   :https://www.dropbox.com/s/9i15zk1tsbktm9p/Action_Plan.xlsx?dl=0

We are healing our lives one day at a time.

Sherpa Prue!

https://www.pruesplace.com

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