The easiest thing to do is procrastinate. Am I right? Of course I am! Even when you know there is something important that needs to get done, it’s so easy to let other things get in the way of doing what you need to do.
So, you have this list of things to do and you’re excited about getting them done. Well, depending on what it is you need to do, other things can creep up and get in your way.
Some possible things that hinder you from completing tasks might look like this:
- Phone call interruption
- You leave one room to do something in another room, only to see something else in that room that needs to be done as well.
- You go to post on social media and end up looking at other posts totally unrelated.
- Children and all that entails
- The door bell rings and gets you off track.
- Someone asks you to do something that takes you off scheduled tasks.
- You put others in front of what is important to you.
- Wandering and unfocused mind
And the list could go on and on and on. Think of the things you need to get done right now. What’s keeping you from accomplishing these tasks? Truth be told, it’s you! You are the person getting in your own way. So, guess what? You can move out of your own way and march forward, full steam ahead like it’s nobody’s business. It’s totally up to you. After all, you’re the one who made the list to begin with. You are free to add and subtract from it at any time.
It’s a beautiful thing that we just happen to be in the month of March. It’s an encouragement to continue marching forward no matter what’s going on or is there to block you from seeing that there is another option right there in front of you. So, use the remaining weeks in this month as a reminder, that no matter how many obstacles or distractions get in front of you, that you can choose to march on and get things done.
For those of you who might be in need of additional support in moving forward, I am holding my first event the end of April, called, “An Intimate Gathering”. And it will be just that, very small and intimate, due to the nature of the conversations to be held. If this sounds of interest to you and you would like to have more information, then send me a written message below or a voice message to the right. Meanwhile, let’s get to marching!