Do you think you procrastinate because you’re lazy?It’s a common held belief that people procrastinate when it comes to doing things because they’re lazy or unmotivated. When they try to find the motivation to put things into action after a very short period of time they slip back into the habit of procrastination.Blaming things from the outside, restrictions and influences to the most common “I just get lazy”. However the single biggest cause of procrastination is not laziness, it’s when we attach a sense of achievement directly to our sense of self-worth. It doesn’t have to be money related or even particularly deep, things like delaying making a doctors appointment, doing the dishes or mowing the lawns. These are all things that represent where we hold our self-worth and self image. You may ask how does me not doing the dishes reflect myself worth? We surround ourselves with what we feel we deserve and we reflect our inner state outwardly. Have you ever noticed how your mood changes depending on how clean and tidy your surroundings are? A chaotic inside shows as a chaotic outside.If you truly want to stop being a procrastinator when it comes to your life then you have to make the choice that you are worth the work required. Whether you choose to put in this work is entirely up to you. Finding the people that you relate to and connect with to allow you to grow the way you need is imperative to your success. Such support and guidance won’t always come from where you expect it or where you want it to, but it will always come when you are looking for it.Decide today that you are worth accomplishing the things that you want to and take that first step by putting into action the things that you need to. Decide that procrastination is a conditioning that you can alter so that you can realise you’re worth.