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Procrastination: Hypnosis Can Help You Overcome It


I recently saw a t-shirt with the following saying: "Procrastinate later." I had a great laugh. However, procrastination is really not that funny.

The Effects of Procrastination

Just what is procrastination? It is the habit of putting things off until the last possible minute. Procrastination in and of itself is not a problem - the consequences of procrastination, however, can be devastating.

If you are a procrastinator, you have likely:

  • Missed opportunities
  • Worked late hours at work trying to get finished at the last moment
  • Felt completely stressed out
  • Been overwhelmed
  • Suffered feelings of guilt and resentment

Procrastination is a killer - a killer of dreams, ambitions, and achievement.

The Effects of Hypnosis

There is truly no need to continue on the procrastination cycle of wait, wait, wait, stress out, and wait some more. You can overcome procrastination. How? Through the power of hypnosis.

Hypnosis is not some hocus pocus form of psychotherapy - it is simply a natural occurring state of mind that bypasses the conscious part of the mind. When the conscious is bypassed, we don't pass judgment on what is being suggested.

Believe it or not, we are in a hypnotic state quite often. For instance, here are some times when you have "turned off" the judgment portion of your mind:

  • When you see a commercial on TV that influences you to buy a product
  • When an expert tells you something and you don't question the validity of that statement
  • Children do it when they are pretending.
By going around the judgment portion of the mind, suggestions can be put into your subconscious and get you to head towards a particular goal - just the way advertisers propel you towards their product.

Your Conscious Mind Resists Overcoming Procrastination

Have you ever tried to stop procrastinating?

What happens? If you are like most people, you tell yourself something and your judgmental mind finds all kinds of reasons why it won't work!

For instance, one of the main self-help suggestions for overcoming procrastination is to break the overall task into smaller, more doable chunks. This sounds great.

Now try putting that through your conscious, judgmental filter. Here are some of the things you are likely to "hear":

  • "Just what I need - more things to get done that I can't get done."
  • "If I can't finish one big thing, what makes me think I can finish many small things?"
  • "Who cares if you break it down? You still won't start it until it is due!"
And this kind of self-talk from your judgmental conscious mind is what you can expect whenever you try to overcome procrastination. So, what can you do?

One way to overcome procrastination is with hypnosis.

Put An End to Procrastination With Hypnosis

Hypnosis can help you overcome procrastination forever. How? By detouring around your conscious mind!

Procrastination is nothing more than a bad habit. Your conscious mind doesn't like change and will "talk" you right out of changing. However, if you can get those suggestions into your subconscious mind without the judgmental filter, you can change from being a procrastination to being an achiever.

Hypnosis is stronger than willpower because it puts the suggestions straight into your subconscious, the way advertisers do. By the time the suggestions reach your conscious mind, they will have already been accepted by your subconscious - so no more defeating self talk to contend with!

Best of all, your changed status from procrastinator to achiever means that you will achieve your goals and still have time left over. Instead of using up all your spare time with worry and guilt and frustration, you can use your spare time for enjoyment and relaxation!

Hypnosis is an effective and lasting way to overcome procrastination. Use your willpower on procrastination one last time and get your hands on a hypnosis program today!

Productivity Engineering is an 8 audio session program to complete in 14-21 days. The advanced hypnosis techniques used in Dr Neil Fiore's program will help you eliminate your problems with procrastination, permanently. Dr. Fiore is a licensed psychologist with more than 30 years of research and testing experience. His powerful hypnosis techniques will help you easily become a producer instead of a procrastinator. Imagine, in just as little as two short weeks, you can eliminate your bad habit, have more time for your friends and family, and be much more successful at work and at home!

Productivity Engineering is produced and distributed by The Hypnosis Network

About The Author
Teri Clark's interest in the new and different has led to a successful online writing career as an editor, researcher, ghostwriter, and author. The North Carolina resident has a degree in psychology and her work includes hundreds of articles and several books and e-books on the subject of hypnosis.


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