You “Get To” …

It’s difficult, tedious, takes too long. You’re not sure where to start or what to do. Does that make the task sound appealing? Of course not. I frequently hear these complaints as reasons why people procrastinate. Yet, if you’re like the people I’m referring to, you actually want the thing or things done.

So what’s the solution? First, remove that negative association you have for what’s likely to be a neutral task. Instead of focusing on the downside of the task what if you looked at the benefits? Think, “I get to…” rather than “I have to…” and notice the difference that makes.

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