We think we are sentient beings. We even believe that we have a certain “I” that has constant and unchanging qualities. Allegedly, today we are “I”, yesterday it was him, tomorrow we will also be “I”.
This fundamental mistake becomes clear when we are faced with procrastination. In a striking way, at the moment when you need to show your “constant qualities” and begin the necessary work, we turn into unreasonable children, ready to be distracted by anything, just not to get down to business.
To pick up keywords, write a post for social networks, draw up a content plan, prepare a tax return on time are tasks that our brain understands, and we even have the skill to solve them. But we are ready to fail the deadlines for no reason, and then scared to be surprised – WHY did we do this? Continue reading