Breaking the procrastination, bingeing and perfectionist cycle
‘Nothing that I’ve ever achieved has come without consistent application until I achieve the result.’
Breaking the procrastination, bingeing and perfectionist cycle is tough. In our last blog we talked about keeping up the momentum and motivation. Especially, whilst working from home. Without a doubt, dare we say it, in the lead up to the end of the year.
This blog we continue this focus to take a deep dive into consistency. In short, it makes sense that consistent effort towards our goals means that we can achieve great things. Above all, without the unnecessary stress. Furthermore, we know that this is particularly important right now. We don’t need more stress in our lives. Yet, many clients we have talked to are getting caught up in the procrastination, bingeing and perfection cycle. A cycle that causes more stress in the moment and over the long term.
Without a doubt, pursuing consistency, rather than the endless and stressful cycle of procrastination, bingeing and perfection will make a difference. Indeed, you may start to:
‘Nothing that I’ve ever achieved has come without consistent application. Until I achieve the result.’ Natalie Ashdown
With this in mind, you can see what this means to your own results. Similarly, how you coach your team during these times.
Enjoy your coaching and achieving your consistent results.