Procrastinator Persona Type 1: Habitual Hesitater
Congratulations on taking the My Procrastinator Persona Quiz and identifying your Procrastinator Persona.
Knowing your persona type as a “Habitual Hesitater” is the first step to breaking through procrastination.
You are now on the road to greater confidence, achievement, and success.
As a Habitual Hesitator, you have unique challenges to overcome procrastination and unique solutions to those challenges:
- You do great work, but you don’t seem to get as noticed as your work deserves. Others get promoted ahead of you, which can add stress to your life.
- You’ve been wanting to do ‘something else’ for quite a while now, but you feel stuck and can’t move forward.
- You are probably skilled in a lot of modalities or methods, but you can’t help thinking that you could achieve a lot more if you could just stop procrastinating.
- You feel you can benefit others in many different and fulfilling ways than what you’re doing now, but something is preventing you from taking the leap.
Habitual Hesitator Solution:
Redefine Your Fears
You need a tailored plan to help you build the confidence to go from where you are now to where you want to be.
This plan will provide you with the tools to root out your fears and prevent procrastination from occurring.
Because, when it comes to fear, the best way out is through.
Successful people aren’t fearless. They feel fear just like everyone.
But unlike everyone else, they have learned to redefine and control their fears. They’ve learned to turn anxiousness into excitement, doubt into confidence, vulnerability into strength—all the things you need to learn how to do.
Your task is to create a Break Through Plan that empowers you to move forward.
This will remove the roadblocks currently in your way and stop you from procrastinating, allowing you to power ahead with confidence and enthusiasm.
Break Through Plan—Step 1
Identify the 1 thing that is the biggest cause of procrastination
Think of this ‘1 thing’ as your personal red flag. With this in mind, your first step is to keep a record (e.g. a procrastination journal) of how many times this red flag comes to your attention in the next 24 hours (e.g. excuses, avoidance behaviour, distractions).
In the meantime, if you would like to get started straight away, click the link below to download the Procrastination Journal and start recording immediately: