End writing procrastination in a single step. It’s really quite simple – maybe not easy, but simple.
You know the kind of thing I’m talking about – that article, or blog post, or book you’ve been postponing. It might be work for a client or it might be writing something for yourself. It doesn’t matter. You’re simply not getting it done.
You can, you know.
End writing procrastination in a moment!
Here’s the one step you can take that will end that procrastination:
Start it now! Yes, I mean right this minute.
If you’ve got time to read this post you’ve got time to start the project you’ve been avoiding for so long
Seem too easy?
I can hear some sighs of disappointment, and even some anger. After all, you’ve got reasons, maybe even good ones. Ending writing procrastination surely can’t be that easy, right?
I’ve got a question for you: Why couldn’t you take the next five or ten minutes and start writing on the procrastinated project, or at least one of them if you have more than one?
Unless you’re driving, or tending to a baby or youngster or taking care of someone who is frail and sick, or skiing down a slope or swimming the Pacific, there’s probably no real reason you can’t grab a pencil and a piece of paper (if you don’t have access to a smart phone or computer) and write a sentence or two. A sentence or two is a start and likely to move you in the right direction.