Procrastination


Procrastination is learned. 



Which means, you can "unlearn" it.
Procrastination leads to:
  • wasted time
  • missed opportunities
  • poor performance
  • self-depreciation
  • increased stress
So, focus on overcoming procrastination. This will give  you peace of mind, empower you, help you take charge of your life, increase feelings of confidence, being strong and capable. Deprocrastination: Begin by getting yourself organized, plan to take charge of your time, make the process interesting, be playful, use positive self-talk, reframe your thoughts to make it a positive experience. Nike said it well, "Just do it." Actually, the new Nike motto is: Doing it.

Stress Busters

So, what is stress doing to you? What are you doing to manage it? Of course, there are positive ways to manage stress and negative ways. First, you have to eliminate the negative or destructive influences on your health. Then, proceeding with the Positive Psychology approach of building on strengths, getting balance in your life with sleep, exercise and fun is a good beginning.  It is important to get the positive thoughts flowing for a self-esteem building inner dialogue. Take a moment to review this brief video of Stress Busters that was recorded on May 17th, 2011 on the Great Day Houston morning program with Debra Duncan.

If you have any questions or want to get started on rewiring your brain, give us a call.