Everyone has to do what they don't want to do, which may or may not be productive. I do laundry, cook, and exercise while others do some other things. Some of these tasks are routine tasks, while others are long-term goals. In a world where everyone seems to delay, how do you find the willpower to do these horrible activities in life? How often do you say you don't want to do something? If so, perhaps it's a question of motivation or willpower. Here are four tips to help you do the things you don't want to:
- Face Your Fear
Doing things you don't want to do isn't always based on fear. Think about cooking and doing laundry. What if you have to give a big presentation? But you would rather put a bullet in your head than speak in front of a group? Much of what you have to do can lead to personal growth. Facing your fears makes you a better person. But you need to stop procrastinating and get things done.
- Think of the Long-term Effects
Let's say you know you need to eat healthy and exercise. In this case, procrastination will only harm you. The longer you wait, the weaker your body will be. But when I don't want to do something, I don't know what to do. It's easy to get stuck in your comfort zone. But your comfort zone often has a negative impact on your future. So the trick is to think long term. If you want to do something that you don't want to do, think about how you do or don't do it. Today affects tomorrow, or in 10 to 20 years.
- Consider Others
Maybe your spouse asked you to clean up the huge pile of garbage in the kitchen a long time ago. Random stuff has been accumulated at this time. In this case, delaying the cleanup could lead to resentment in your relationship. Your inaction not only affects your lover, but also the overall quality of your relationship. Get a raise. You're better off smoking it and doing nasty chores for your loved ones, especially if it doesn't hurt you mentally or physically.
- Don't do it all at once
Don't do it all at once. When you have to clean up a pile of trash, you don't feel like you have to do it all at once. All efforts are directed towards the ultimate goal of progress. Pay your taxes, even while you go to school. Every little effort counts.
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