Welcome to this session on "Stop Overthinking and Procrastination - Strategies to Get into Action". In this session, we will explore the reasons behind overthinking and procrastination, types of procrastination, and strategies to overcome them. We will also delve into the four stages of learning and how they relate to taking action.
Have you ever found yourself stuck in a loop of overthinking, unable to take action on a task? Do you find yourself constantly putting off important tasks until the last minute, causing unnecessary stress and anxiety? If so, this session is for you.
We will begin by discussing the four stages of learning and how they relate to taking action. Understanding these stages will help you identify where you are in the learning process and what steps you need to take to move forward.
Next, we will dive into the reasons behind overthinking and procrastination. By understanding the root causes, you can develop targeted strategies to overcome these common roadblocks to productivity.
We will explore the different types of procrastination, from simple avoidance to more complex forms like decisional procrastination. Identifying the type of procrastination you engage in will help you develop more effective strategies to overcome it.
You will learn powerful strategies to stop overthinking and procrastination, including how to get excited about the task ahead and eliminate distractions. We will also discuss the importance of asking yourself powerful questions to get into action.
By the end of this session, you will have a better understanding of how to break free from the cycle of overthinking and procrastination and take action towards achieving your goals. You will leave with practical strategies to implement immediately in your work environment. So, get ready to take control of your productivity and start achieving your goals.
Why you should Attend:
Overthinking and procrastination can have significant negative impacts on an individual's work performance and productivity. When individuals engage in overthinking and procrastination, they tend to get bogged down in their thoughts, which can lead to missed deadlines, low-quality work, and increased stress levels.
Overthinking can lead to analysis paralysis, where individuals become so caught up in analyzing a situation that they are unable to make a decision or take action. This can cause significant delays in completing tasks, leading to missed deadlines and increased pressure to complete the work quickly. Overthinking can also lead to a lack of confidence in one's abilities, causing individuals to doubt themselves and their work.
Procrastination can also have negative impacts on work performance. When individuals put off tasks until the last minute, they are more likely to rush through the work, leading to a lower quality of work. This can cause increased stress levels and anxiety, as individuals try to complete the work quickly before the deadline. Procrastination can also lead to missed deadlines, which can negatively impact an individual's reputation and relationships with coworkers and superiors.
Overthinking and procrastination can also lead to a lack of productivity, as individuals spend more time thinking about work than actually doing it. This can lead to a backlog of work and increased pressure to catch up, causing even more stress and anxiety.
Overall, overthinking and procrastination can have a significant negative impact on an individual's work performance and productivity. By learning strategies to overcome these tendencies, individuals can improve their work performance, reduce stress levels, and build better relationships with their colleagues and superiors.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Four stages of learning
- Why do we overthink
- Why do we procrastinate
- Types of procrastination
- Strategies to stop
- Powerful questions to ask yourself to get into action
- How to get excited about the task ahead
- Eliminate distractions
Nathalie Plamondon Thomas is a Confidence Expert, And 2021 Canadian Presenter of the Year. She is international Bestselling Author of eighteen books, including 12 no.1 bestsellers and a book co-written with Kevin Harrington from the Shark Tank, endorsed by Tony Robbins. She is the Founder and CEO of the THINK Yourself® ACADEMY, offering keynotes and trainings, leading-edge online courses, laser-focus business strategy and one-on-one transformation coaching.
Along the past 30 years, she has inspired over 100,000 audience members and empowered thousands of clients internationally to get rid of their negative self-talk. She combines over 10 years of experience in human resources, 25 years of experience in sales and over 30 years of distinguished service in the fitness industry. She is on the board of directors of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and recently received the 2022 President’s Award.