Non-Semitism - How to Fight and Prevent It?

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I don't feel like it! - we hear it almost every day. After waking up, we do not want to get up, then we do not want to go to work, at work we do not want to do tasks, after work we do not want to go for a walk, and in the evening we do not want to do anything. Non-feminism affects all of us, often with such frequency that it begins to bother us. Why is this happening and how to fight it? In this article, we will try to answer this question.

Why did noncommittalism get to me?

Non-feminism, as we have already mentioned, happens to all of us. However, we rarely wonder why it gets us and whether the reason is simply the fact that we are lazy or something else entirely.

We may not feel like ourselves because the tasks that someone has imposed on us are inconsistent with us, they force us to do something, and we ourselves are not convinced of them. Therefore, we postpone their execution over time because that's not what we want to do.

Example 1.

Milena's friend asked her to prepare games for their mutual friend's bachelorette party. Milena hates this kind of party, and the games that take place at them make her shudder. Consequently, he constantly finds an excuse to postpone this task.

However, chances are that we have set ourselves goals, but we cannot begin to achieve them because we still find some excuse to postpone it. Everything is a good opportunity to do this: it's the second half of the month, so we'll start with the new one, it's already 3:00 p.m., so we'll start tomorrow, Mrs. Ela is coming on Saturday, so we'll wait, because she can advise us, etc., etc. Let's remember that that when we start achieving the goal, it will be more difficult to leave it, so we will be able to achieve it faster.

Example 2.

Wojciech wants to start running. He works as a graphic designer and spends a lot of time in front of the computer, which causes his spine to hurt. He is aware that physical activity will help him. However, he still finds an excuse that delays the implementation of this decision. First, he blamed the weather, then stated that he had the wrong shoes, then he had a headache. As a result, although he has been promising himself for months to start running, he still spends most of the day at home in front of his desk.

However, it is also worth realizing that non-confusion can be caused by fatigue. If we work physically all day, it's hard to say that in the evening we don't feel like running - we just don't have the strength to do it. Perhaps we are just working too much and spending too little time trying to recover. Then, we may suffer from permanent fatigue, which will not only hinder functioning, but also reduce efficiency and creativity.

Example 3.

Patryk works as a marketer. He has a lot of work to do, so he often works overtime. Patryk cannot rest, he does something related to work in every free moment. At the same time, he wants to improve the German language. Unfortunately, he cannot motivate himself to do so. He works so much that in his free time he is so tired that he only dreams of sleeping. He doesn't realize the importance of rest, the so-called sharpening of the saw. If you do not do this, you will cut the tree for much longer, the pause for sharpening will speed up and improve your work.

Non-Semitism - How to Combat It?

You can fight reluctance, but it requires some work. First of all, we must realize that we have the right to simply not want to. We have to accept that this can happen. However, this does not mean that we will not do anything about non-coercism, but if every time we do not want to do something, we reproach ourselves and blame ourselves, nothing good will come of it.

Once we accept this fact, let's consider the reason behind it. When does noncommittalism get us? In what situations do we most often experience it? Why is this happening? Is it the fault of the tasks performed, exhaustion, or maybe we are looking for excuses? Finding the cause will help us in the fight.

Use moments of strong motivation. When you feel like it, do as much as possible, especially the most difficult tasks. Start with them and try to use your energy on them. When you manage to complete important tasks, you will certainly feel relieved, self-satisfied, and in worst moments you will take care of what does not require a lot of work.

If you managed to complete the task and the work went smoothly, despite the momentary reluctance, make up for it. The reward can be anything - a piece of chocolate or a new computer game - just something you enjoy. This may make it easier for you to develop a habit of working effectively.

When inattentiveness catches up with you, try to remember what the goal you are pursuing is. Why are you doing a task that you currently don't want to do? Perhaps you have lost meaning along the way and it is enough to just get to know it again.

Also consider whether you are saying that you are just out of habit before doing anything and finding out what it really is. Perhaps non-feminism has become a bad habit that can be replaced by a good one. Sometimes it's more convenient to tell yourself that you don't want to do something than to really get down to work. Remember, however, that fighting it can increase your self-satisfaction, confidence in your own abilities, and thus make the next task and goal easy. Just try it!