Here's How To Re-Think Procrastination So You Can Stop Feeling Guilty & Start Achieving Your Goals

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How To Overcome Procrastination By Using The Law Of Attraction, Positive Thinking, & Mindset

Procrastination happens to a lot of people, but if you're really bad about procrastinating, then you likely feel guilty whenever you do it.

If you want to know how to stop procrastinating, then one of the best ways to do it is by changing your mindset and trying to use the Law of Attraction and positive thinking to make procrastination a thing of the past.

Procrastination is defined as: "...the action of delaying or postponing something."

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Do you ever feel like you have so many things you want to accomplish that you can’t ever seem to get them done, or even start doing them? How does that make you feel?

Does it make you feel like you're lazy? Do you get frustrated with yourself? Do you feel like a failure?

Is that how you want to feel? Or do you want to know how to overcome procrastination?

In my experience, I found that even when I felt like I was procrastinating, eventually everything still got done. Even if it didn’t get done, I realized it all worked out better than I ever expected it to.

I often wondered what was making me feel so bad.

As I began learning more about the Law of Attraction and how “like attracts like,” it dawned on me that my thoughts could be attracting the way I was feeling. When I started consciously watching my thoughts, I decided to try to think about procrastination in a more positive way.

I began to realize that maybe it was just a way to delay what wasn’t meant to happen at that time or at all. Knowing that made me feel a lot better and I began to be easier on myself whenever I felt like I was procrastinating. It even felt better to think about it as perfect timing instead of procrastination.

When I began to relax about getting it all done, new resources and people became available that made everything so much easier and faster to accomplish.

I opened up to new possibilities of how it all could get done. I started getting excited about finishing it all. Before I knew it, I began enjoying taking action to complete whatever I wanted to do.

I was definitely having more fun.

It's your perspective that creates your reality. Now, when you think of all the things you want to accomplish, you'll know it will all be done in its own perfect timing.

Procrastination will no longer exist in your thoughts. If it ever does come to mind, just reach for better feeling thoughts about it!

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Here are some of the better feeling thoughts I discovered about procrastination:

  • I have plenty of time to get this done
  • I have, know, or can find out what I need to get this done
  • I have enough energy to complete everything I want to do
  • It's OK to take time to relax before I begin
  • I'm successful in all areas of my life
  • It will all get done in the perfect time and the perfect way
  • I'll allow myself to accomplish all that needs to be done
  • It's fun to do whatever I want
  • It's exciting to look for all the possible ways to get everything done
  • The better I feel, the easier everything gets accomplished

I encourage you to start watching what you're thinking when you feel like you're procrastinating.

  1. Create a list of your own better feeling thoughts to add to the list above.
  2. Read them whenever you feel like you are being held back by your own thoughts about procrastination.
  3. Check in with yourself often to see how you feel.
  4. Notice your thoughts and how they have changed your perception about procrastination.
  5. See the difference in the outcome.
  6. Relax, Enjoy and have fun! It will all get done!

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Nada Howarth is an internationally recognized master certified law of attraction life coach. She is also the founder and CEO of Nada’s Essentials Life Coaching, Caregiver’s Oasis, and Essential Connections.

This article was originally published at Nadas Essentials. Reprinted with permission from the author.