Personal goals for procrastinators

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Introduction to personal goals for procrastinators

Personal goals for procrastinators is the perfect post for this time of year.

Are you a procrastinator but are trying to do better? The beginning of the year is the perfect time for procrastinators to set personal goals to help them reach their plans at the end of the year.

If you think of yourself as a serial procrastinator, you first need to change your thinking habits. When you change the way you think, the things you think about will change.

You cannot change your life with old mindsets. Get rid of the mindset that no longer serves you and adopts a new mindset that will help you win.

I use to think I was a procrastinator, and maybe I was, but I used it as a crutch to not reach my goals and follow my dreams. Instead of getting rid of that mindset, I was enabling it. And that didn’t help me get anywhere.

Once I became aware of my thoughts and how they were not serving me, I was able to change my life.

Of course, procrastination will still try to sneak up on me every once in a while, But now I am more intelligent and know how to deal with it effectively.

Personal goals for procrastinators for a better you this year

1. Build systems

Don’t just set goals, build systems. Systems bring structure. It puts your plans into action and creates life-long change. The key to achieving your dreams lies in your daily habits.

Set habits every day that helps you work towards your goals. It should come automatically. Something you don’t even think about, you just do it.

Systems also don’t seem as scary as the big goals we set. That is why most people who have systems in place reach their goals faster than those who only set goals.

You don’t get super overwhelmed with systems. It becomes fun doing something small every day but you know that it leads you to your big goal.

2. Set goals

You have to set goals. Nothing works without a goal in mind. You have to know what you want and where you are going. Otherwise, how are you going to know when you get somewhere that you’ve arrived? Right?

Set goals. Long-term goals and short-term goals. It’s very important to know what you want. So, find out what you want. What do you really truly want?

Have an honest conversation with yourself. Sometimes we just think we want something. But in reality, we just want it because society told us to want it.

No more of that. Think for yourself. What do You want? And when you find out go after it with everything you got.

3. Decide who you want to be

When you envision your life, who are you? Who do you want to be 5 or 10 years from now? Visualize that person. What do they do? What do they wear? Where do they live? What are they driving?

Think about everything you want your future self to have and be and work on becoming that version of yourself. Your future self.

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4. Set priorities

Life is busy. More so now than ever. Everything is trying to get our attention. And if you are not smart you will waste your time on unimportant things. Things that don’t grow you.

Set priorities. What is most important in your life? Figure that out and spend most of your time working on what’s most important for you.

Prioritize things that will bring a big investment into your life. like family time. That is non-negotiable. Family comes first.

Your side hustles can wait until the kids go to bed. They grow up so fast and before you know it they will be all grown up and out of the house. So, know how to spend your time by setting priorities.

5. Keep your word to yourself and others

If you say you are going to do something, do it. There is nothing worse than promising something to yourself or others and not delivering it. It breaks trust in yourself and others.

You lose confidence in yourself when you don’t keep your commitments. It makes you become an unreliable person.

The more you keep your word the more confident and self-disciplined you become. It helps you to go for your goals and dreams as a stronger person.

Quitting won’t be an option because you are a person of your word and you said you would reach your goals, so quitting is not in you.

Personal goals for procrastinators
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6. Believe in yourself

It is time to believe in yourself and your dreams. If you don’t believe in yourself who will? Even if someone else believes in you, it helps no one if you don’t believe in yourself.

Because you are the one that has to make things happen for you. No one will come and just hand you your dreams and say well done. It’s up to you and you alone.

7. Learn new skills

With the internet, it’s so easy to learn new skills. You literally have no excuse to knot know how to do something when you have a laptop and internet access.

Level up yourself and learn new skills. There are many platforms where that teach you how to do things that interest you.

Platforms such as skillshare where you learn new skills in a few months, from the comfort of your own home.

8. Keep your vision before you

Vision boards are more popular now than ever. And for good reason. They work. Because that you focus on expands. If you see your vision every day, you can’t help but get excited to work on getting what’s on your board.

If you never see it, you will forget what it is you trying to accomplish in the first place. Out of sight out of mind.

The more you keep your vision before you the clearer it will become and you will draw it to you by manifesting it.

Personal goals for procrastinators
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9. Change your mindset

You cannot achieve anything if you don’t believe that you can. Nothing will work if your mindset is not right.

Fix your mindset first and all the other things will fall into place. Believe that you can change. It doesn’t matter how many times you’ve tried and failed. Believe now.

Decide that this is your year and that this year will be different. Inspire yourself. Change your image of yourself and become a warrior. Become the person you’ve always dreamed of being.

10. Prioritize self-care

Working hard is great, but it doesn’t help if you are stressed out. Take care your yourself. Make your health a priority. You can’t do anything if you don’t feel good. Get enough sleep, 6 to 8 hours is enough for most people.

Make sure that you exercise at least 3 times a week. It doesn’t matter what you do just move your body. Run, walk, dance, do yoga, anything.

Meditate to keep your mind calm and practice gratitude. Be grateful for everything and more of what you are grateful for will come.

Conclusion to personal goals for procrastinators

Don’t think of yourself as a procrastinator anymore. You are better than that now. You have a strong mindset and that is what will win when your emotions get in the way.

Never let your emotions decide. They are volatile and don’t always know what is best for you. Push past it and get stuff done.

You will feel much better and be proud of yourself. That is where self-discipline comes in. Doing the thing you said you were going to do no matter what.