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Sometimes Not Doing Something...

Posted on: February 21, 2019
Tags: Procrastination, Waiting, Excuses, Make time, Calendar
If you need to get something done

Can be a Message from Your Subconscious. 

So many people are of the mind of "Just do it!" "Procrastination is the thief of time." But procrastination can also serve an important purpose. It can be an indicator of something hidden. When we put something on our To-Do list that we continually avoid doing, there's got to be a reason why. What we tend to do is berate ourselves for not getting started. What we could do instead is to ask ourselves a few questions about why we are procrastinating: Is this a task I want to do or is it a should? Why do I think I need to do this project? What would make this project easy to start? I recently had a small project that had been lingering for months! Every time I walked past it I knew it was something I should do. The secret for me to finally get it done (which I did yesterday) was to simply schedule time for it on my calendar. It was that easy!  
 
Here's the Question: 
 
What is your procrastination trying to tell you about your project(s)?  
 
 
 
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Mess Mender Services and Pricing 


The Preliminary Consultation (60-90 Minutes):
 We will tour your home and talk about what you would like to change and what you could do with your space that clutter is keeping you from accomplishing. After the tour, we will create a plan of action for transforming your space from overwhelming to outstanding$50.00/session

On-going Consulting: Designed to help you conquer your organizing challenges, our on-going sessions consist of coaching around organizing and my hands-on help with decluttering and removal of any items you decide to donate. Donating helps you see more progress right away and it prevents the donation items from becoming a new pile of clutter. $50.00/hour

*All clients receive a postcard after each session that summarizes the activity in that session and celebrates progress! 

Please contact me to set up your consultation at 513.305.0401 or Polly@PollyGiblin.com. You can also use the contact form to submit your request/inquiry.

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