What’s the best thing about being a procrasti-cleaner?
It’s easily identifiable, which makes it easy to change.
Here are some examples of what procrasti-cleaners might find themselves doing INSTEAD of making progress on their business
- You go to record that live video or reels and spend 30 minutes tidying the background of your video or until the next thing on your calendar for the day “bumps” that video til tomorrow.
- Maybe you’ve spent a small fortune in physical planners, trying to organize your time, and your bookmarks are a collection of different online tools you’ve tried for a hot minute.
- Or maybe you find yourself using the best part of the day to do laundry or vacuum the house or scrub the kitchen cabinets and floor (a 100% sure sign that I’m avoiding or anxious!), and at the same time the Wicked Witch in your head is verbally abusing you for not wisely using this time to work on your online business.
You can walk past the pile of laundry to your computer to email your list without hesitation.
You start work creating content as soon as the kids are off to school instead of diving into the pile of books on your desk to find the magic answer to getting motivated.
You can get in and out of Facebook groups in a reasonable timeframe, completing your goal of networking, yet not getting lost in offering all the advice, or just simply distracted by #allthethings.
You spend a resonable amount of time in self-care so that you aren’t pouring from an empty cup, yet you still have time for business and the family without working 16 hours a day.