Quit cursing yourself.
Change your words - remember that there is life and death in the tongue!!
Take a moment to sit in a chair and think about your second most dreaded task.... save the worst for the next exercise okay?
Think about it... how big it is, how awful it is, how it never goes away, how tired you are, how you just don't have the focus for it, can't be bothered, unappreciated by others when you do do it.
Do you feel like doing it now?
Now sit and ponder the WORST one you came up with before. For me, that's probably the ironing.
Close your eyes and think again... choose to think to yourself how good it feels when finally done, how great it is to not have it hanging on the to do list anymore, how energised you feel, imagine yourself getting up and getting stuck into it, admiring the finished task and feeling the weight lift off as you see the final result.
I bet you feel a lot more like doing this task now than the first one you thought of right?
If you now need/want to go and get it done NOW - then GO!
You can always come back to read the rest later, right?
**So, remember to choose your thoughts, and choose good ones**
What about how you sound when talking to other people?
"I'm too disorganised for that"
"It's never ending"
"Kids make it so much harder"
"I'm too tired"
"I'm too sick"
"He's the messy one"
"If only the kids didn't make so much mess"
Your brain is lazy... when you say or think these things, it hears them as an instruction; as a truth and struggles to operate in any other way.
Change your words and help yourself
"I love a tidy loungeroom"
"It feels so good to declutter"
"I'm working with the children to teach them to tidy up their own things"
"It'll only take a few minutes, I'll do it now"
Go on, go do it now ~ we're at the end of Tip #2.... it'll only take a few minutes