Lately, I have been researching a lot about procrastination, and I have learned that procrastination is a form of wisdom.
I know…hear me out.
I learned that procrastination is a by-product of having big dreams and goals but not feeling like you know HOW to pursue them.
According to research, most people would procrastinate less if asked, “WHO can help me?” not “HOW can I accomplish my goal?”
Asking “WHO” immediately helps you reach beyond your own expertise and experience.
Asking “WHO” invites information and wisdom from other sources and expands your support pool.
Asking “WHO” helps you invest time, effort, and money in the right people– people who can offer guidance to help you achieve your goals faster and with greater ease.
So, instead of asking yourself HOW you can accomplish something, ask….
- Who can help me achieve my goals to grow my financial portfolio, get healthier, and rebuild my relationship with my partner?
- Who can assist me in identifying new opportunities at my job or business?
- Who can help me restructure my life so I can rest and build deeper relationships?
- Who can help me maximize my income and investments?
- Who can support me in reclaiming my confidence after a challenging experience?
- Who can help me conquer my fears of success?
- Who can help me leave my toxic job or “right-size” my business?
Remember, the WHO question helps you take faster action because it frees you from the details, reduces your worry, and quiets your fear.
So, this week, ask, “WHO can help me?” and watch your life expand.
And, of course, if you need 1-on-1 support to help you answer the WHO question, please reply to this message. I have a few open VIP days in September.
Also, don’t forget that Rooted To Rise: A Journey Back Home To Yourself starts on September 23rd. We are fearlessly asking the WHO question in that amazing community, too.
Have a wonderful week, and please know that I am cheering for you because I know the WHO question will enrich your life.