#My Journey of Self-Improvement#

Hello friends,

Someone asked me to describe one positive change I have made in life.

today I want to share with you one of the most significant positive changes I have made in my life.

I used to be a big procrastinator, and this habit had a negative impact on my personal and professional life for a long time. One day, I decided to change my attitude and learn new skills. It took some time but this has not only helped me become more productive but also boosted my confidence.

Struggled with procrastination

Friends, for many years, I struggled with procrastination. I would often delay tasks until the last minute and feel stressed and overwhelmed as a result. I knew this was not a sustainable way of living, but I didn’t know how to break free from this cycle. It wasn’t until I started reading about the harmful effects of procrastination and its root causes that I realized I needed to make a change.

One of the reasons why I was procrastinating was because I lacked the necessary skills to complete certain tasks. For example, I would put off writing reports because I didn’t know how to structure them effectively.

To address this issue, I started taking online courses and started reading books on writing, communication, and time management. I also found one mentor and colleague who had more experience in these areas. They guide me and gave me their valuable advice.

Slowly and with my patience, I started to develop my skills and gain more confidence in my abilities. I also noticed that as I became more competent in certain areas, I was less likely to procrastinate. This positive reinforcement helped me to stay motivated and continue to learn and grow.

Afraid of failure

Another reason why I was procrastinating was because I was afraid of failure. I would put off challenging tasks because I was worried about not doing them well that task.

However, I realized that this fear was holding me back from achieving my goals and that the only way to overcome it was to face it head-on.

To do this, I started setting more ambitious goals for myself and taking on projects that were outside of my comfort zone. Yes, I started writing journals, short stories, poems, and my favorite art and drawing. 

Practicing self-compassion

I also started practicing self-compassion and reminding myself that making mistakes was a natural part of the learning process. Over time, I became more comfortable with taking risks and accepting failure as a learning opportunity rather than a source of shame.

As I made these changes, I noticed a significant improvement in my productivity and overall well-being. I was no longer constantly stressed and anxious about tasks that needed to be done, and I had more time and energy to pursue other interests and hobbies.

Newfound confidence and skills

Moreover, I also noticed that my newfound confidence and skills were opening up new opportunities for me. I was receiving more recognition for my work, and I was also able to take on more responsibilities and challenges at work.

Today, I am happy to say that I can swim, I can draw and I can write on any topic with more confidence. I am also receiving appreciation and love from you all.

Friends, changing my attitude towards procrastination, and learning new skills have been one of the most positive changes I have made in my life. It has not only helped me become more productive and efficient but also boosted my confidence and opened up new opportunities.

If you are struggling with procrastination, I encourage you to take action and start learning new skills today. Remember that small changes can lead to big results and that every step you take towards self-improvement is worth it.

Thank you for reading, and I hope this blog post has been helpful to you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below, or you can reach me at verma.vkv@gmail.com.

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10 replies

  1. Thanks hope all goes well with you.

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  2. A lot of people struggle with procrastination. This post is very informative and I hope it will help a lot of people.

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  3. Your this post is very much inspiring and motivating because many of us are going through this kind of (procrastination) state because of hesitation 🤔. Very much effective post. Thank you 👏👏👏🎉😊

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