6 Steps to Overcoming Procrastination
Do you get distracted or putting off important tasks until the last minute? Do you set such high and unrealistic expectations for yourself that your endless list of tasks leaves you feeling overwhelmed and exhausted?
If so you can relate to today’s episode on True Potential today. You see I have a confession to make. Although I have taken some steps to prepare my taxes, I am a bit overwhelmed by the process of preparing my US taxes as a resident in a foreign country.
Geez! Dealing with the bureaucracy of not just one but 2 government agencies is enough to make your head spin. Plus having different tax deadlines (US April 15th and Italy June 15th), the uncertainty of knowing if I am paying twice (both into the US system and the Italian system) and coordinating between my Italian accountant and my International accountant makes me feel like I am powerless in this unfamiliar terrain. Can anyone relate to feeling this way sometimes?
Well guess what, today we will be covering the 6 Steps to Overcoming Procrastination that I have used to help me start taking action and start feeling empowered again.
I wanted to share these secrets with you too, so you are definitely going to want to WATCH today’s episode and start incorporating the basic fundamentals so you can start overcoming procrastination and start managing your time better and making your life more peaceful and carefree.
Thank you for reading and watching!
With love xxoo,
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