My story of self-discovery and figuring out a path to change. Thought I'd talk about my research into codependence. I've been reading this writer on Medium, Kris Gage. Her articles about love are refreshing. They deconstruct love and reassemble it in a new way that actually makes more sense.
You're in back-to-back meetings all day. You and your team talk about all the exciting projects you'll work on. But when you finally have time to put your head down to actually do the work, it's late in the evening after you've managed to scarf down some mac&cheese and successfully avoided exercising for the 5th week in a row.
I've read all the articles and listened to all the podcasts about procrastination. I've tried all the tricks-including literally trying to trick myself. Sometimes hacks work. Sometimes an article about how bad a habit procrastination is will kick me into gear and help me get things done early for a change.
I have ADD. I spent most of my 20's flitting from one business idea to another. Despite this appalling track record and a condition I could use as a convenient excuse, I've managed to turn things around. Since 2013, I've written 100's of articles, millions of words, two self-published book, and two traditionally published books.