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Doing Something Out Of Force

When we do something out of force, even though we don’t want to do it, it creates stress, and feels uncomfortable and difficult.

When we procrastinate, we feel guilty because something important is in front of us and we are distracting ourselves with an unproductive, time-wasting activity instead of completing the task.

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Change your perception of your tasks

How you perceive your task list is how your brain will respond to your perception. If you see your task list as overwhelming and scattered your brain is going to allow itself to think that it is like that

However, if you shift your perception and think of it as something you're doing because it is important to you or because you want to take the time to cultivate your self, hobbies, or anything in your task list, the brain will allow itself to rewire and adjust to that perception.

Commit to your tasks

Providing full focus towards your tasks will energize you to finish right away and the pile of tasks will decrease one by one. If you notice the urge to do something else, breath and let go of the thought of doing something else, and focus back to the task on hand.

Give yourself time to adjust and get your focus on. Once you see the progress you're making, you'll be thanking yourself.

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Possibility and Motivation

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Committing to Possibility: Create Daily Structure

After you've identified and committed to your possibility, it’s important to bring structure into your daily schedule.
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  • Assign blocks for your meaningful tasks in your schedule
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  • Schedule daily sessions where you write for an hour
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Committing to Possibility: Train Your Action Muscle

Connecting to possibility and creating a daily structure are important steps , but then you have to actually put it into action. This step is crucial.

Take on the hard tasks, in small chunks. Check things off your list, while feeling the meaning and possibility you’re creating.

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At Ease

Our work, whether it’s a report we are making, cooking or on a Zoom video call, can be done with ease, in a relaxed restful manner.

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Love Your Day

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  • Be nourished by nature when you walk outside, instead of being engrossed in your thoughts about work.
  • Talk to the person in front of you, being present in the moment
  • Be grateful that you are alive, and put a smile on your face.