Fighting Procrastination by Eradicating any Concealed Obstacles

You should try farming plants in topsoil filled up with salt. It will certainly not work. You can easily consider applying water to them.Providing the correct balance of shade and sunlight or even adding store-bought fertilizer. Virtually all of your green hand methods will not address the reality.The plants will be drawing up toxin’s within the roots. Whenever you have tried just about everything to overcome your procrastination, and also can’t motivate yourself, the issue may very well be in the top soil. Screaming “Go do it Now!” and timeboxing are not likely to aid you when the objectives and needs which root your motives are covered up in salt. Chronic procrastination is worthy of extra attention. Whenever it overpowers me, I try to take a look at the top soil by questioning myself with the following:

1. Will the goals I am focusing on still inspire me?
2. Are the factors I am trying to become productive still meaningful to me?
3. Shall I be using “productivity” as a possible excuse to stay away from my real fears and dreams?
Substituting the soil is required before you begin to add the industrial fertilizer of productivity methods.

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Asif Amod

I am a webtrepreneur, full stack developer and a technology evangelist. I have been coding from a young age. I also speak to databases and make servers do what I say, I am passionate about continuous learning. I thrive on challenges that require lateral thinking - no matter what language or technology. I have founded and Co-founded a number of startups and have created SaaS web applications for different industries. I am currently open to discussing and explore other opportunities.

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By Asif Amod

About Me

I am a webtrepreneur, full stack developer and a technology evangelist. I have been coding from a young age. I also speak to databases and make servers do what I say, I am passionate about continuous learning. I thrive on challenges that require lateral thinking – no matter what language or technology. I have founded and Co-founded a number of startups and have created SaaS web applications for different industries. I am currently open to discussing and explore other opportunities.

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