So… you’re a procrastinator. It’s OK, you can admit it.
Most of us had no issue calling ourselves out in school. When we were up all night finishing an assignment that was due the next day, we’d just say it: I procrastinated. Then we became adults, and realized adulting is hard. Missing deadlines now have bigger consequences than failing a class. Especially if you’re a freelance writer. Or a mom who’s also a freelance writer. If procrastination is getting you down, it’s time to make things right by setting some goals that actually work.
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I’ve never been one to make New Year’s Resolutions, for a number of reasons:
- A New Year’s Resolution is generally an ineffective way to reach a goal, as most people make their resolutions too generic.
- Most people aren’t quite ready to make a change when they make a resolution.
- I don’t see a need to wait until a new year to make changes for the better – you should be evaluating your life at the bare minimum every six months, but preferably on a monthly basis, and making changes as needed. This is especially true if you own a business.
But this year is different. I’ve realized that just because new year’s resolutions are usually ineffective, mine don’t have to be that way.
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