Hypnosis For Procrastination

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Are you a Procrastinator?

How good are you at getting things done? Do you find frequently promising yourself to get something done “tomorrow” and for some reason, tomorrow turns into the next day, until eventually everything done at the last minute? You are a procrastinator!

Procrastination can often lead to stress, anxiety, and even depression. A cycle of procrastination can occur when you feel worried about your ability to perform a certain task, so you procrastinate on it, causing you to do it badly.


How to stop procrastinating:

Short-term version

First, here is what you need to know about procrastination:

⦁ Procrastination is the act of unnecessarily postponing decisions or actions.
⦁ You procrastinate because factors such as anxiety and fear of failure outweigh your motivation and self-control.
⦁ You can successfully overcome your procrastination by implementing techniques that allow you to deal with the issues that cause you to procrastinate in the first place.

Here some basic advice on how to stop procrastinating you can do:

⦁ Make your environment as conducive to taking action as possible. (e.g. you can remove distractions from your work environment, even if you’re not yet ready to get started on your work.)

⦁ Reward yourself for a job well done. This reward can be relatively small, but the important thing is that you’ll receive it in the very near future.

⦁ Ask yourself “if I were to take action right now, what’s the smallest possible step I could take?”. Then, tell yourself that it’s okay if you just get started on the single small step, and try to do it, even if your work isn’t perfect.


Long-term Version

You should use:
⦁ Figure out what your goals are, and make sure that they’re clearly defined, possible to accomplish, and significant enough to allow you to achieve meaningful progress.

⦁ Figure out when, how, and why you procrastinate. By examining situations where your tendency to postpone things is preventing you from achieving your goals.

⦁ Implement your plan and monitor your progress. While making sure to refine your approach by figuring out which techniques work for you and how you can implement them most effectively.

Summary, top anti-procrastination techniques you can use:
⦁ Focus on your goals instead of on your tasks
⦁ Visualize your future self
⦁ Reward yourself for your accomplishments.
⦁ Set concrete deadlines for yourself
⦁ Break large tasks into small, actionable pieces.
⦁ Get yourself started by committing to work for only 5 minutes.
⦁ Give yourself permission to make mistakes.
⦁ Eliminate distractions from your environment

The main goal of these techniques is to help you deal with the reasons why you procrastinate in the first place.


Hypnosis for Procrastination

It works because it stops the conscious control of the mind and awakens the subconscious mind. Then, it is time to get in charge of your mind and achieve the success yours deserve. You can experience feelings of satisfaction, organization and achievement by changing your thoughts and feelings at a deep, subconscious level. Your subconscious mind holds the key to unlocking your potential and hypnosis couples your motivation to change with the tools to do the job. Deep within, you have the power to attack jobs head-on with the energy and commitment you need to see each project through to the end.

To get help, you can contact Jessica Chan NGH Certified Hypnotist, Director of BC SmartHypnos in Vancouver at [email protected] telephone: +1 (236) 979-8978 and visit our website: https://www.bcsmarthypnos.ca./.

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