I Know What To Do, So Why Don’t I Do It? By Nick Hall, PhD

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If you’re like most people, you have a ton of work to do. The only problem is that although you know what you should be doing, you’re simply not doing it. You may spend your days busy sitting on the couch, watching television, eating Debbie cakes and bonbons, but you know that if you ever want to bring any real meaning into your life and find happiness, you’ve got to get off your behind and do it. There are tons of people just like you. In I Know What To Do, So Why Don’t I Do It? By Nick Hall, Ph.D, you’ll discover that there is something much deeper behind the seemingly stressful and tired feeling you experience when feeling unmotivated.

There are quite a few biochemical, psychological, chemical, and other neurological factors that lie behind the reasons why people can’t seem to snap out of it and take action. When these commonly embedded factors are operating within the human mind, it makes it technically impossible for people to get a head start on life. Dr. Nick Hall, Ph.D, discusses the 10 most common excuses for inaction in existence, and how you can effectively deal with them.

One of the many reasons why people never accomplish what they set out to do is because they take on too much. When you create your daily to-do list, how many items do you list? Are you being realistic about what you can actually achieve? Furthermore, do you possess the belief in yourself that the things you set out to achieve on a daily basis are actually going to get done? Taking on too much or venturing out in too many directions can be mentally discouraging, resulting in the ultimate disappointment of not ever getting anything done.

Another common mistake people make is failing to take the time to recenter and regroup themselves when they begin to feel stressed and overwhelmed. In I Know What To Do, So Why Don’t I Do It? By Nick Hall, Ph.D, you’ll learn the 6 things to do when you feel you’ve taken on too much, the most common mistake that everyone makes when creating their daily productivity list, as well as the first thing you should do every morning immediately after waking that will have a positive impact on the rest of your day.

Taking the time to regroup and recenter yourself once you begin feeling stressed and overwhelmed is crucial to maintaining your pace. Just a few moments each day – and sometimes up to a half an hour – may be all that you need to regain your focus and put the pep back into your step that you need to get ahead for the rest of the day.

You might have noticed on days that you are overwhelmed with an emotional difficulty resulting from a relationship issue or other important personal issue that you have a hard time focusing. It’s times like these that people often take a day off and simply lounge around all day. Unfortunately, although bad things tend to arise on almost a daily basis, life must still go on. I Know What To Do, So Why Don’t I Do It? By Nick Hall, Ph.D discusses exactly what you must do to deal with life’s everyday issues, and continue to push forward.

Just about everyone goes through periods in their lives when they don’t feel like doing anything. Although you know what to do, you’re not quite moving along at the right speed. With a little help, some useful tools, and the desire to succeed, you’ll find that anything is possible.



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