How to Stop Procrastinating and Achieve Your Goals

By focusing on the things you're truly sold on, you'll move closer towards to achieving your vision.

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This article was originally published on Nov. 10. 2016

In this animated video, Entrepreneur Network partner Peter Voogd explains how you can stop procrastinating and start doing the things you're passionate about. 

Instead of 20 things, do three or four that you can really dive into -- actions that you can truly sell yourself on. Voogd advises to have a series of questions or criteria for the things you do to make sure they have a purpose and are worth your time.

"An immature mind works from task to task without finishing," he says.

To learn more, click play. 

Watch more videos from Peter Voogd on his YouTube channel here.

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