Getting things done

Yesterday night I had a realisation that I’m using my kids as excuses to not work. And as much as I hate to admit it, it is true. I’m displacing my guilt, my procrastinating on my kids. Masking my procrastination as busy, because my kids are at home. Well, last week before FMCO they weren’t at home, but I still didn’t get anything done.

Do I want to work with Vasos on this? Or do I want to try it out first on my own?

I wonder how I can do this on my own? What do I want to change? What do I want to change? What don’t I like about it?

I don’t like procrastinating. I want to be motivated and get it done. I want to do it happy.

Why do I want to get things done?

  1. Because then I’ll feel good
  2. People will trust me
  3. People will recommend me
  4. I could potentially get new clients
  5. I can learn new things
  6. I’ll feel important, productive and good
  7. I can make more money

But what if it’s design work that I don’t want to do? Then, don’t do? I’d have to WANT to do it, right. Maybe I can use the same list.

What do you think?

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