Hack your procrastination into productivity with…

Hack your procrastination into productivity with these 4 steps.

Would you find it useful to procrastinate less every single day?  How much more would you accomplish if this were possible?
I can tell you it’s not only possible but probable with the right strategy…

In this episode, I’ll reveal a simple, time-tested, no-nonsense method to lessen your procrastination and increase your power, every single day.  Enjoy!

PS:  After 93 episodes and 1.2 MILLION views, I could use your advice…  How can I improve The Stretch Game or what would you like to learn next?  Let me know by replying to this message or commenting below the episode.  🙂
By | 2019-10-04T16:36:23+00:00 May 7th, 2018|Productivity Stretch|8 Comments


  1. Michael Cox May 9, 2018 at 3:23 am - Reply

    Bro, this is the real deal.

  2. Myra Johnson May 9, 2018 at 3:25 am - Reply

    Thanks for this. I can really relate to the challenge of competing with both sides of my brain to get things done.

    • Stone Jordan
      Stone Jordan May 10, 2018 at 7:06 pm - Reply

      Myra, I really relate to that as well. Thank you for your comment. 🙂

  3. Nanette A. May 9, 2018 at 3:26 am - Reply

    Great post, Some! 🙂

  4. Heidi May 10, 2018 at 2:22 pm - Reply

    I needed to hear this right now. I keep going between trying to lift 500 pound weights and skipping my workouts because that weight seems unrealistic. I think I need to start with some 10 pound dumbells to make it more realistic and build on some success, rather than beating myself up for not lifting 500. Great analogies. I also like the idea of setting up rewards before each task. An idea for a future video would be how do you decide which tasks to do first when you have so much you want to do. I end up in analysis paralysis in decision making. Thanks for sharing your positive words!

    • Stone Jordan
      Stone Jordan May 10, 2018 at 7:09 pm - Reply

      Heidi, Thank you for being open to sharing a challenge that faces so many of us… trying to lift too much, then nothing, rather than “steady wins the race”. I am going to put this in my list for the future… “how do you decide which tasks to do first when you have so much you want to do” Let me know if you want to get any more specific with that idea. Thanks for your encouragement, Heidi. 🙂

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