Chronic procrastinators, I see you! Past-due deadlines used to be the only way I could get something done. And I mean anything, like paying medical bills, doing laundry — even creative client work.
I used to be so embarrassed and ashamed of my procrastination habit that I refused to recognize that it was a problem. I convinced myself that my creative process needed a deadline, needed crushing stress, and self-sabotage to be successful.
It wasn’t until I realized that the stress — caused by my chronic procrastination — was doing my dirty. I was losing out on sleep. I was losing out on better clients. I was losing out on enjoying the life I built for myself.
Something had to change. I spent a ton of time and money learning from ADHD experts, coaches, and therapists about what was at the root of my chronic procrastination. This is what I learned.
How to break your procrastination cycles for the chronic procrastinators.