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Stop Procrastinating NowToday is the big day – my brand new 10-week Stop Procrastinating Now Course is open to join.

Plus, if you join during this launch period you also get free life-time access to all the material in my 31 Days to a Simpler Life Course as a special bonus.

The registration to join this course will only be open for 1 week, until 1.00 p.m EDT (that’s 17.00 GMT) on Wednesday the 3:rd of June.

Click here to learn more and to join the course

I have worked on this course for the past 5 months but it all started over 10 years ago when I made a decision to finally stop putting so many things off in my life.

This course is filled with all the best things I have learned in the past decade.

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Stop Procrastinating NowThat’s a question I’ve asked myself many times.

And I’ve spent many, many hours in the past dreaming about where such a change could take me in life and in the world.

I know many others out there have done that too.

Still – after close to 9 years – one of the absolutely most common issues I get emails and comments about is how to stop procrastinating.

So since the first day of this year I have been working on a new course filled with all the best things I have learned in the past decade and I use almost every day and week.

These are the strategies, exercises and simple step-by-step methods that have helped me to stop putting so many things off. The habits that have been a real life-changer for me.

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Don’t Compare Your Life to Someone’s High-Light Reel“When you are content to be simply yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you.”
Lao Tzu

Today I’d like to focus on a negative habit that creates insecurity within, erodes self-esteem and can make you feel quite unhappy with your own life .

It’s something that has sprung up as we have moved a part of our lives on to the internet and social media.

And that habit is to compare yourself and your life to other people’s high-light reels.

What do I mean by that?

That it’s so easy to start comparing your life to the lives of friends, old classmates or celebrities of all sizes as you each day see how perfect their homes, kids, love lives are and how filled their lives are with wonderful moments.

But is that their whole lives that is shared on Facebook and Instagram?

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Victim Thinking“Self-pity is our worst enemy and if we yield to it, we can never do anything wise in this world.”
Helen Keller

How do you react if something in your life doesn’t go as you wish?

Well, at first you’ll probably feel pain of some sort.

But what happens after that? What do you do after the initial pain?

Do you think of yourself as a victim, as someone with little or no control or power?

Do you slip back into a familiar headspace where you feel sorry for yourself and where you feel like someone – or the whole world – is against you?

I used to get stuck in that destructive and self-esteem sucking way of thinking quite often. And I know that many people get stuck in it from time to time. Or more often than that.

So this week I’d like to share 3 steps that helps me to move out of that headspace and replace it with something better.

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