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Bob Proctor live stream October 2019

Today Live Stream with Best Life & Business Coach Bob Proctor – October 11–13!

To Change You Life You Must Change Your Habits

When people want to move ahead, they often think about what they’ll have to give up.

Well, Bob Proctor, a man who has gone from down and out to changing the world, says we should be thinking about what’s coming.

Because what’s coming is what we want…

It’s more money, better health, improved relationships, a new business… whatever we have our heart set on.

Of course, it’s easy to want those things. But it’s not so easy to get them. Unless and until you change the thing that is keeping you from your desires.

I’m talking about your paradigm—the mental program that has almost exclusive control over your habitual behavior.

It controls the way you view yourself, the world and opportunity. It controls how you approach change and challenges. It controls your success and happiness in life.

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Your paradigm is your autopilot. It’s who you are.

A Paradigm Shift is the only way to bridge the gap between how you’re currently living and how you want to live.

Whether that’s more money, improved relationships, a healthier body or more fulfillment, it’s all possible and completely up to you – the possibilities are endless.

Bob Proctor is a master at showing you how to change your paradigm. It’s how he changed his own life, and it’s what he has been studying for the past 50+ years. He knows that changing your paradigm is the only way to bridge the gap between how you’re currently living and how you want to live.

And now, for the first time, Bob will teach the entire process during the LIVE Stream of Paradigm Shift on October 11 – 13, 2019.

People have been waiting for Bob to do an event on this topic for decades, so there will be a huge supportive and interactive online community watching this seminar. If you’d like to move ahead in your life, I encourage you to join us.

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Next Paradigm Shift 2019 October 11 – 13 Registration open for Live Stream with Bob Proctor

Paradigm Shift will be held in front of a live audience on October 11 – 13, 2019. However, the entire event will be streaming so you can watch it LIVE from anywhere in the world, from your computer or mobile device. Plus, you’ll have access to the replay for 14 days after the summit. Reserve Your Spot Now & Save on Early Bird Pricing

Don’t worry if you’re busy the weekend of October 11 – 13, 2019. You’ll receive a link to the replay of the entire seminar within 48 hours after the event ends. Then, you’ll be able to watch every minute of the seminar at your convenience for 14 days.

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How to Overcome Laziness & Procrastination to Achieve Your Goals

Before we can get to the “how” of overcoming laziness and procrastination, we must first define each one as they are a little different from each other. Laziness is a state of mind where the individual just doesn’t care. Yes, there are things that s/he could do that need getting done, but the person lacks the focus and desire to accomplish these things.

Procrastination on the other hand is a reluctant behavior to do something. It differs from laziness in that it isn’t that the procrastinator doesn’t care, it is that something is mentally holding him or her back from doing it. It could be fear of failure, criticism, repercussions from suffering a past setback – something in their mind is telling them not to do it … at least for now. The other big difference between the two is that when we procrastinate, we end up feeling guilty about not doing whatever it is that we are avoiding doing. Not doing something do to laziness does not come with the guilt … because they just don’t care!

Now that we know the difference between laziness and procrastination, let’s look at a process to eliminate them. As we saw, they are inherently different, yet the same process can be used to eliminate both of them. It actually consists of four steps.

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Step 1 – Identify the reason behind why you don’t want to do something.

Are you bored or are you using either as an avoidance mechanism, If so, why are you avoiding doing it, With laziness you could be bored and choose to spend your time doing something else. You could be avoiding doing something just because you don’t see the value of accomplishing that task.

With procrastination, you are most likely using it as an avoidance mechanism. The difference is you see the value of accomplishing the task at hand, but choose to accomplish it at a later time. You might feel the task is too large to accomplish right now. If that is the case, break it down into smaller and more manageable chunks. Remember the old adage “How do you eat an elephant, One bite at a time!” That is how to approach what seems to be unmanageable projects too. Whatever it is that is preventing you from accomplishing that task now needs to be identified before it can be overcome.

Step 2 – Identify the long-term consequences.

In this step, the procrastinator takes a look at what will happen if the task being delayed doesn’t get done, The lazy person should also look at long-term consequences, but not the result of not doing the task at hand so much as what laziness is doing to them in general. What opportunities are they missing out on in their life because of their laziness,

Step 3 – Set realistic and achievable goals.

With the procrastinator, the goal may be too lofty and because of the fear or failing, the person decides to avoid doing the task. In this case, the goal should be broken down into milestones or smaller goals and when one is achieved, s/he strives to continue with the next one eventually accomplishing the initial lofty goal in the process.

With laziness, it can be caused because the person is not challenged enough to want to do the task, so they just don’t do it. Setting a goal worth achieving in their eyes – something that challenges their talents – can be the catalyst to get them moving and working toward the goal.

Step 4 – Take immediate action.

Once the goal is set, work must start immediately without fail or delay. With either laziness or procrastination, doing something immediately is better than doing nothing. Slow and steady wins the race every time! In either case, once forward motion starts, inertia will tend to carry a person to accomplish more and more. As long as the focus and reward along the way and at the end is great enough to warrant the effort, laziness and procrastination can be overcome. If either laziness or procrastination plague you, use these four steps to help overcome it.

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