Are you struggling with decreased productivity because it takes you a long time to complete tasks? Do you find you are making simple mistakes and missing out on important details? Do you sometimes doubt your decision making because you weren’t focused on what you needed to be focusing on? Procrastination is a common problem that affects many women and is especially impactful for high-achieving perfectionists.
Signs and symptoms of procrastination include:
Avoiding tasks or activities that are important or necessary.
Feeling overwhelmed or stressed by the amount of work to be done.
Consistently putting off tasks until the last minute.
Difficulty getting started on a task, even though there is a desire to do so.
Feeling guilty, ashamed, or anxious about not completing tasks.
Spending excessive time on unimportant tasks or activities as a way of avoiding more pressing responsibilities.
Constantly shifting focus from one task to another without completing anything.
Difficulty prioritizing and managing time effectively.
Procrastination is a complex issue that has many different causes, and it is not always a simple matter of just “getting motivated.” Ultimately, procrastination can negatively impact your performance, decision-making abilities, and relationships. The great news is, you can manage procrastination and stay focused to improve overall well-being and success in life.
You can have a focused, productive life.
I can help you to:
explore the underlying reasons for your procrastination, such as perfectionism, fear of failure, lack of motivation, or a feeling of being overwhelmed.
manage the stress and anxiety that often accompany procrastination. This can include relaxation techniques, stress-management strategies, and time-management skills.
identify your values and goals and help you develop a more positive mindset that will increase your motivation to complete tasks.
challenge perfectionistic thinking and develop more realistic expectations for yourself.
become more self-aware and understand your thought patterns, emotions, and behaviors related to procrastination.
develop better problem-solving skills to address the challenges that are causing you to procrastinate.
Take the first step towards overcoming procrastination and unlocking your full potential. Don’t let procrastination hold you back any longer. Schedule a session today and take control of your future.