Here's a short video-tutorial I put together called "How to Conquer Yourself: 5 Tips & Techniques for Cultivating Self-Discipline" virtually GUARANTEED to help you stay focused, motivate yourself, raise your productivity and improve your will-power.
In it, I'll show you the 5 key techniques to cut-off energy-wasters and time-leeches, bring an end to procrastination for good and raise your self-discipline while also building your self-confidence.
(If you can't hear anything or it sounds too muzzled, just leave a comment and I'll explain whatever you need me to.)
Here's a few quotes from the "Conquer Yourself" series that help summarize some of the lessons here:
"The self-talk of procrastinators often unconsciously suggests and reinforces feelings of victim-hood, burden and resistance to authority..."
"Most goal-related stress is strictly psychological. We tend to take anxiety-prone thinking habits towards our long-term goals and large-scale projects, so this results in BIG PROBLEMS when it comes to disciplining ourselves for progress and success."
"Having self-discipline in your behavior stems from having self-mastery in your system of VALUES."
"Underlying our physical procrastination is a mistaken, mental connotation between what we do and what our value is as a human being."
"Productivity is just as much about UN-doing things as it is doing them. Let go of all unproductive busy work because 'the wisdom of life consists of the elimination of nonessentials.'"