So you have a new project on your hands, maybe even the one you were eager to start working on. And suddenly you start thinking about all the what-ifs. What if you fail? What if you don’t have enough time? What if you aren’t competent/qualified/smart enough? This can go on and on until you start thinking you can’t do it, so dropping the project is the best decision.
So if you don’t do the project, you won’t fail, right? Actually, wrong. The very avoidance of challenge, not letting yourself grow and learn something new is a failure.
You’ve got to try to think positively. Think of all the good things that may happen when you complete the project successfully. When you believe you can do something and visualize positive results, you tune yourself for success.
Now combine all the strategies you learned here. Fighting procrastination helps you learn to get invested in what you do, become more creative and, as a result, accomplish more.