Learning how to overcome procrastination is not easy. Often it is much easier to simply procrastinate.
I tend to procrastinate when I’m trying to do things I do not want to do or trying to do them in a way that is not providing value to others.
When you really sit down and think about it, overcoming procrastination is almost always about shifting your perspective and getting clear on what you really want.
I used to have no trouble procrastinating in school work because I really didn’t see what the point was.
I had no desire to do those things and would never repeat them. The only reason I did them was because “I had to”. It was the socially acceptable thing to do.
For me, procrastination pretty much always comes down to not doing what you really want to do. Have you ever procrastinated about something you are truly passionate about?