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The Fap procrastination

https://youtu.be/83_WIvNv30I I Personal start to do that intercourse with my right hand when I was 6 Years old or so. But the core is even deeper... When I was 3 or even less, I do vaguely remember how my parents were working in town and I was with my grandparents at there home. One day I believe it was one of those far relatives arrived and they had a teenage boy who was like 18 years or so. I vaguely remembered how he actually played with me and said something between the lines ... let us play that game... I do remember just how I was lying on the couch on my back, and he puts the pillow on my face and went down on mine. when I tried to…
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Millenials PROCRASTINATION issue #1- Lack of ENDURANCE

https://youtu.be/KAee1kKq92g How does lack of endurance effect you to procrastinate? What is first of all endurance? Endurance is a skill every entrepreneur has because simply "growing a business takes time and effort". This skill is to plan something in beforehand and "enjoy the process not the result". This little mindset tweak helps people who are starting from scratch to scale the business. However, what is also important is to set a "start point and the endpoint " on a calendar. Why using a calendar you might ask. A calendar is a trigger that holds you accountable for what you do during which time. The second reason is, without a fixed date you have made, you simply never start. Why are millennials the biggest victims of that procrastination issue? Millennials are…
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How to Stop Procrastinating, Lying to Ourselves and Being disaligned.

https://youtu.be/MfhBST99VJQ Many of you might not be conscious about, but lying can be a form of Procrastination. When we go back to the definition of procrastination "enlargement of the distance between current self and the "Why", the purpose or the "future self", we notice that there are small patterns which are bringing us to lie to ourselves or to other people. However, these small patterns (which you can find out using the "chained why question") are often unrecognizable by ourselves. Especially when you are used to lying these patterns are going into your subconscious mind and running "autopilot" from it. But what does make us lie to ourselves or to others? If you track down all the negative feelings until it`s core, you will always encounter "fear" as the end result.…
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The one thing I have learned after a decade of being bullied

https://youtu.be/X0DSlGpYxlk How I procrastinated on my feelings for over 10 years. It started when in primary school when I did say "no" to my class teacher to "gardening" the reason for it was that I played for year violin before I even entered that school. As it is bad for the fingertips of a violinist to do "hard work" which involves manual work I said "no" to it straight away. Therefore I have made an enemy for myself form the first day of school. As expected I got purposely bad remarks and were bullied. Apparently, Germany has a "soccer propaganda" at schools as I was not the best in soccer and played rather a Basketball or did other sports like acrobatic or Skateboarding, I was always an outcast. Some other…
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Failure ​and Procrastination

https://youtu.be/ZkX7FmPTKGI how does failure coexist with procrastination I failed. These are these words where 90% of mankind are the scariest to say. But what in the world is a failure? Is it something we have to worry about or even blame ourselves, how the teachers and parents did in the past? The short answer is NO. However, If you go into the long one you will see that especially when it comes to personal development, blaming someone or even oneself is a " evil sister" of justification and complaint. These 3 bad habits. In personal development, we count them as the traits of a "scarce or victim mindset".These are those 3 you have to get rid in your life asap if you want to experience abundant progress. If you blame…
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The do not get started pr​ocrastinatio​n ​​​

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUP5XObYs0w One of the procrastination types I found my self most guilty How does it occur? As I have explained in the previous post about perfectionism procrastination, this kind of procrastination has something in common and that is not to start. However, at this type of procrastination the main factor is not "analysis paralysis" but other issues we have to cover. This can be simply laziness or the fear which operates from the unconscious mind which dictates this kind of issue. For example, we do enfacing something new in our life with which our mind has not been dealt with. As you might know from the previous blogs I have talked that our mind is not made for succeeding but for protecting us. Therefore it is one of the most…
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You can not not procrastinate

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcn3zlHRqfk How procrastination does follow us everywhere In might sound reticules but I am sure that everyone who is telling "I 100% do not procrastinate" is a liar to him or herself. Why I am telling this with full concern, how many of our can control every second of our life and move aligned with the "core self" and follow the "purpose"? It is hard to tell but even very busy people like Elon Musk or Richard Branson do procrastinate. The simple reason why is "our brain is made to protect us and not to succeed".Having this in mind, we know that success needs more cognitive energy than anything else. However, this success is just a result of hard work of laser light focusing on one craft at a time.…
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What is going on in our brain when we proctastinate​

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZuF3eqSoX0 Easy explanation : Tim Urbans theory     Imagine that our brain (the cognitive part) or the so-called "neocortex" is like a boat captain who is riding the boat in the right direction. This is the so-called "non-procrastinators mind" So what is the procrastinator's mind instead? It is like a monkey who wants to play and fun and all that amazing stuff but does not work. But that monkey has a big enemy that is the "panic monster" . So every time when that "panic monster" arrives the monkey runs away on the tree, and the captain can going on with steering the ship aka "work". When there is deadline stuff it is easy for the "panic monster" to appear and scare away the monkey so the captain can…
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What is the biggest procrastination issue among high performers what they are not realiz​​​e.

https://youtu.be/O28dsgD4djE How a particular activity which is common among Ph.D. students, doctors, or engineers and causing them procrastination. It is really easy to understand because it is simply overwhelmed stress through perfectionism. Yes, you have heard it right perfectionism is one of the unconscious procrastination triggers. So when we go deeper inside the process of perfectionism we will clearly see that the person who is a "perfectionist" is doing the research and wanna have every detail perfect. It might be good you might think. However, the reality is when perfectionism becomes an obsession. The particular human being who applies it overthinks the situation and doing researches which can take even years. The problem is that the person does not actually act towards the project. There are studies where 2 engineer groups…
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the process of procrastination

How does procrastination occur? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trLu5Fg3eN0 Procrastination has many forms and shapes. One of the most common ones is procrastinating towards what we do not like aka. hate or even what we are fearful of. This kind of extrinsic procrastination happen on occasions like as sleazy salesman want to sell us something or people who we do not like are approaching us for a date or so and because we do not want to hurt them, what we do is procrastinating on that person. Another common example is that we procrastination on things that have to be done by us. Just remember your school days if you hated to prepare yourself for tests and rather procrastinate with friends outside until the last day and pump everything in your brain and pray…
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