Episode 101 | Don’t Procrastinate the Mess

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Episode 101 – Don’t Procrastinate the Mess

There are so many reasons why we procrastinate and in this episode, you’ll learn how to know why you are procrastinating and how to overcome it today. “Perfectionism is stalling in disguise,” says our expert, Eric Twiggs. Learn the 5 levels of procrastination and why fear is the leading cause of procrastination. As Nate says, “Stop thinking and start feeling. Think passion, not perfection.”
“Procrastination is like a credit card. It’s a lot of fun until you get the bill.” – Christopher Parker

ERIC twiggs

Founding Partner and President of The What Now Movement

Question

“I find myself procrastinating working on my business. I’m not sure if I’ve lost my passion or if I just don’t like doing the work. How can I overcome delaying my success and know if I’m on the right track?”

About Expert Eric Twiggs

Eric M. Twiggs is a founding partner and president of The What Now Movement. His mission is to build high performing entrepreneurs, authors, and career professionals, who are prepared for life’s unexpected curve balls. He is author of The Discipline of Now: 12 Practical Principles to Overcome Procrastination. The Discipline of Now has been recognized as a Global Top Ten Finalist for the 2020 Author Elite Awards in the category of Best Self Help Book. This recognition was based on the combination of the following criteria: cover design, content, popularity, and social contribution. Eric is also the host of a weekly inspirational podcast titled “The 30 Minute Hour.” As a Certified Life & Business Coach, Eric has conducted over 28,000 coaching sessions, helping executive leaders and entrepreneurs who have moved from feeling frustrated, to finding fulfillment. He has also led organizations of 500 or more people in corporate America, and shared his message with corporations, associations, and congregations across the country.

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