You’ve reached that milestone in goal achievement at which everyone around you starts to see that your hard work is paying off. But they’re not all reacting how you thought they would. Now don’t get us wrong, many people will be supportive of your efforts. They’ll be proud, cheer you on, and even ask what they can do to help. But others? Oh no, honey. They’re in full-on sabotage mode and want to take you down by any means necessary.
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When people succeed, you’re happy for them. Genuinely. For reals. And you should be! But when people within your corner of the world, or worst, within your own circle start surpassing you on milestones you’re working hard for, it’s hard to not let your emotions get involved.
The good thing about a procrastination slump is that you can always feel one coming on long before it hits. The key is to whip it into submission before it has a chance to fully take hold! If you feel like you’re on the verge of a slump (or are already knee-deep in one), here are ten ways to kick it to the curb.