Procrastination is the Assassin of Contentment.

Most of us suffer from procrastination from time to time and it can seem to dog every important or difficult action on our lists.

We all tend to see procrastination as ‘the enemy’ – something that stands between us and the doing process.  An important first step when overcoming procrastination is to change that perception.  When you can stop seeing procrastination as an impediment or a faulty behaviour and begin to view it as an important part of the process of ‘doing’, you will already have begun to move in the right direction. Hypnosis and EFT are powerful helpers for changing your habits of procrastination.*

When procrastination is perceived as a useful step in the doing process it feels easier to expect the transition to the next step. If we view procrastination as ‘being stuck’, there’s a good chance of staying stuck.  Why is it useful?  Because the discomfort of ‘not doing’ lets you know that you want to do it. Don’t try to get rid of it, work through it.

If you want to rid yourself of this problem, it’s important to realise that there is no magic bullet.  Procrastination is a mental and emotional attitude and the only person who can change that is you.  If you would like to try a formula for overcoming procrastination, check out my April 2013 blog.

Some people feel so stuck in so many areas of life, that it is a huge benefit to get some help and support in order to create movement.  Hypnotherapy, EFT and Matrix Re-Imprinting are simple yet powerful ways to create the movement you need.*   If you would like me to help you, give me a call – 01273 500136.

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*Disclaimer: Please be aware that the results of any treatment will vary from person to person and no specific guarantees are being made. Mary Condell always endeavours to give her best work to each client with a commitment to the best possible outcome. Please call to discuss any queries or concerns you may have.



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