We’re all prone to procrastination when we:
are overwhelmed, or
don’t have enough information to inform our next action, or
lack clarity around our purpose in a specific situation.
(On a doozy of a day, all 3 might wallop you. Yep, been there too.)
You’re kicking goals today!
You can verify the internet
made of cats, you’ve captured your dream wardrobe on Pinterest, Instagrammed your morning tea (#tasty), sent a shout out to your Tweeps, checked in with your mastermind group on Facebook and have just dispensed with some admin that was cluttering up your inbox and your brain space.
If your blog is the digital equivalent of a desert — a quiet, almost forgotten place where visitors are scarce — you’ve likely buried your head in the sand and wished this embarrassing headache away.
blogs seem to be sociable little oases. There’s lively banter among the visitors. More people arrive by the day and send word to their friends about the wonderful place they’ve found.
Depending on your mood, seeing the online successes of ‘everyone’ around you can be inspirational, frustrating or painful.
Do you think editors are an uptight bunch with misplaced priorities? Or, that they come across as know-it-all perfectionists who don’t know how to have fun? Get ready, you can’t ‘unread’ this. Grammar lovers aren’t just good girls (or guys)…
Want an off-beat way to genuinely feel good at what you do? Create something fun using skills you don’t have! Then your ‘real’ work will be a doddle and your comfort zone will feel plush and renewed. Here’s what I enjoyed making beyond the bounds of my talent…