You Are A Step Away From Learning How To Improve Your Self-Esteem, Get Things Done, And Increase Your Productivity Manifolds!
Imagine being able to check everything on your to-do lists, over and over again. Your life would be far different from what it is today. You would be far ahead in your personal goals and professional goals. But that is not the case.
Why do you think that is the case?
Before you start answering, let me ask you a few questions:
How do you feel about yourself?
Do you think that you are not valuable?
Do you hate what you see when you look in the mirror?
Do you doubt your capability to get things done or you feel that you are incapable?
If you answered yes, you most likely have low self-esteem and this is what could be holding you back from being the best you can ever be.
Did you know that how you feel about yourself greatly determines your ability to get things done, and that procrastination is not about laziness or poor time management but rather about negative emotions associated with doing a certain task? When you don’t feel you can do something well enough (because of a low self-esteem), you are likely to want to push it to a later time.
In simple terms, your self-esteem greatly determines whether you get things done or not; if it is low, you will, without doubt, have a hard time checking things on your to-do list!
How then can you push your self-esteem a few levels higher so that you can effectively get stuff done without seeing yourself incapable (even when you actually have what it takes)?
What steps can you take to build your self-esteem?
That’s where this book comes in; to help you say goodbye to a low self-esteem, which has been holding you hostage for years so that you can start getting stuff done, move ahead of the pack and see your life transform!
Here is a preview of what you will learn:
- The importance of self-esteem
- How a low self-esteem can lead to procrastination
- Other habits that may be encouraging procrastination and how to avoid them
- How to build your self-esteem to overcome procrastination and get things done
- The role overthinking plays in encouraging procrastination
- How to prevent overthinking
- Effective steps to deal with information overload to avoid procrastination
- And much more
If you are tired of always having mediocre results, want to skyrocket your productivity, and become the best version of yourself, scroll up to the top of this page and click Buy to start the recovery process!