There are days when your resistance to work will be stronger than other days. Sometimes procrastination is easy, especially when the work has no pressing deadline. Even though you don’t feel like working, you have work you need to do. Here’s what to do when you don’t feel like working: don’t clean your desk, don’t open your Internet browser and don’t pick up your personal phone. Choose the most important outcome you need to achieve – the one that’s going to move the needle on your goals, your mission, your purpose or the role in which you find yourself. Start working on what’s most important. If what is most important can be done in 90 minutes, work until you finish the task or produce the necessary outcome. The second task is easier now that you’ve moved through the resistance. Resistance to work fades the minute you start doing the work. Taking action is the only way to beat procrastination.