Often times the dread associated with doing chores is way worse than actually doing the chore. In the past I would sit around and procrastinate when I didn’t want to do something. Dread, dread, dread. Then when I would begin the work I’d realize it wasn’t nearly as bad as I had anticipated and wished I had started much sooner because I could have been on to something else.
Dread, dread, dread.
Procrastinate, procrastinate, procrastinate.
We all do it sometimes. But what if we just got into the habit of doing things the moment they come to mind? What if you retrained your behavior?
Imagine how much more productive you’d be if you simply trained yourself to start and finish tasks right now.
Three years ago I retrained my mind and eliminated procrastination from my life. How? I began making my bed first thing every morning without fail. It was the only thing on my personal to-do list and that one simple act changed me forever.
You should try it for 3 months.