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By Annabel Sutton

52 how you can rework Your lifestyles dispenses bite-sized nuggets of knowledge, proposal and functional support for busy humans at the cross. This makes it the fitting selection in the event you love own improvement yet don’t have time to learn long self-help books.

Week via week, from January to December, lifestyles trainer Annabel Sutton deals sensible rules to open up new probabilities and support readers make confident alterations of their lives. Her ebook comprises fifty two brief existence training suggestions which are fast to learn and simple to place into practice.

learn the way to:➢ Make nice decisions➢ determine what you actually want➢ triumph over procrastination and perfectionism➢ Do your self differently➢ consider extra optimistic and confident

The publication is electrified via a few authors together with Susan Jeffers, Julia Cameron, Fiona Harrold and Mark Forster.

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Ideally, of course, we’ll reach the age of 80, happy in the knowledge that we’ve done all the things — large and small — that we really wanted to do. But sadly, this isn’t always the case. Sheila attended one of my talks several years ago and her story beautifully illustrates how this exercise can impact your life. Having done the visualisation she decided to make one of her life-long dreams a reality. She explains: ‘One of the things you said when I first met you really struck home with me. It was when we closed our eyes at age 80 and thought back on all the experiences we had had, and all the things we wished we had done.

Just imagine, if a child stopped and thought too much about walking, he or she would probably never start. They could spend days, weeks, months thinking about it and preparing for it, taking umpteen courses and reading books on how to walk but never actually do it. Perfectionists and procrastinators can learn a lot from toddlers. Not only do they put off doing things, but sometimes they’re so paralysed by the fear of not getting it right that they shelve an idea completely. They over-think and over-prepare, worried that they’ll never know enough or be good enough.

One of the best ways to beat procrastination is to make yourself accountable to someone else. Whether it’s a friend or family member, your boss or your coach, making a firm commitment to someone else will make a huge difference to your actually knuckling down and doing it. So, try making yourself accountable to someone for those task(s) you’ve been putting off. Perhaps you could ‘buddy up’ with someone else: make a commitment to each other, agree a deadline and check in with each other to make sure the job is done.

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