I was recently working with a client who was struggling with tackling the items on her to-do list.
She kept getting distracted and coming up with excuses. This woman is a go-getter: a full-time working single-mom of two kids who is also back in school to pursue new degree and passion. She knows what she wants and where she wants to go and her to-do list reflects that drive. Despite this, she still found herself procrastinating the very detailed plan-of-action she had laid out for herself.
My guess is you know this feeling. As a working parent, my to-do list is often long and unfinished. And like my client, I end up feeling worse when I procrastinate, or as she said “like the past weeks have been one gigantic waste of time.”Read More