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As weird as it sounds, but procrastinating is not always a negative thing if you are willing to see it from a different perspective. If you use your procrastination to take care of the easier things on your to-do-list first, you end up being productive after all.
When it comes to decision-making there is always an internal battle to fight. Do you listen more to your gut or your brain when making a choice?
We all know it: Our to-do-list is long and the deadlines are approaching, yet we somehow cannot seem to stop procrastinating and get to work. The question is: Why? Why do so many people struggle with getting their things done, using their time wisely instead of wasting it doing other, less important things?
Sometimes we don’t take action not because we are incapable or lazy, but because deep down we realise it is not what we really want.
How do we get in a state of flow? Where serendipity can happen and we can attract the right things in life? Simply by following our gut feeling.
When we feel uncomfortable, all we want is to leave that space immediately, but true miracles happen when we endure the discomfort of uncertainty a bit longer.
Sometimes the reasons why we procrastinate are more complex than it seems. It might be that we have to dig deeper and search within us to understand why we don’t do the things that are necessary to get ahead in life.