Resistance/Procrastination towards removing all the junk

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    Avatarshoutman
    PSTEC User

    Hi everyone,

    Just wanted to share my experience a bit with How To Achieve Anything. I've noticed that I have been procrastinating on doing the clearing work recommended at the start.

    When I first went through the program it made perfect sense to me and I was excited to click track all the crap away and had lots of ah ha moments as to why I wasn't succeeding in certain areas of my life.

    However I've found myself putting off actually click tracking those issues. I think one reason may be that I am a bit overwhelmed as I wrote out a list of issues to click track and I worked out that using the EEF's it would take over 8hrs to go through every issue.

    Another reason I thought of might be that these are negative issues that generally don't feel very good so I think I have resistance towards actually sitting down and bringing these things up and feeling like crap so I can click track them.

    Even though I know that in the long term it will help I'm just finding it hard to sit down and say ok let's think about this horrible thing and click track it.

    I think I am just going to try and power through as I am sure I'll be fine once I get started but I've been meaning to do this all week and sort of realized that I keep putting it off which if I had started when I said I was going to I would of probably been finished now.

    So just wanted to share my experience and see if anyone has any suggestions or went through something similar.

    Cheers!

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    AvatarBrian Tucker
    PSTEC User

    Simply clicktrack the feelings you are having around procrastinating on PSTEC. Problem solved.

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    Avatarshoutman
    PSTEC User

    Worked like a charm  8)

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    AvatarBrian Tucker
    PSTEC User

    Fantastic!

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