the case for ***painfully*** tiny goals
this week only: pre-order STOP THINKING IN CIRCLES
I have a few pieces of writing for you from this month, plus one small thing for sale.
1: How to De-Instrumentalize Your Time (i.e. not feel so frenzied)
My clients have had success using this simple, actionable method for pushing back again “time scarcity.”
If time scarcity/feeling frenzied is a pain point for you, I suggest that you try it too: How to De-Instrumentalize Time
Yes, but probably not in the way you’re thinking & speaking about it. Read about the real relationship between productivity and living well here.
In order to get out of a procrastination rut, set a goal so small it hurts. You’ll be cringing at your painfully tiny goal, but you’re also giving your willpower a fighting chance.
Are you a ruminator?
Do you feel frustrated, depressed, exhausted, and/or furious to find yourself thinking the same thoughts over and over again?
Do you have trouble making choices or judgments, waffling back and forth?
My course Stop Thinking in Circles is for you - it offers a diverse set of cognitive, emotional, and philosophical skills as a reusable method for moving forward instead of spinning in place.
I’m almost done teaching a first run of the course live, and will turn it into an asynchronous/self-serve course by the end of November.
You can pre-order Stop Thinking in Circles for just $25 via this link - I’d appreciate the pressure to finish getting it set up :) I’m closing the pre-sale in a week, it will be available again later at a higher price.
Pamela J. Hobart