Procrastination Lessons Learned from Architecture Studio – Pat at Cal (Video 2)




Back in 2013, I flew to San Francisco to film footage for my book, Let Go. While there, I stopped over at UC Berkeley (my Alma Mater) and recorded a number of videos that never got published…until now!

In this video, the second in a series of 5 that I’ll be publishing every Friday, I take you into my first architecture studio – the exact room that I spent several hundreds of hours working day and night to complete projects that were assigned to us.

After my first assignment, and a terrible terrible review, I learned about procrastination and time management, and how to better approach these longer term projects. Most of us doing online business have longer terms projects, and I’m sure all of us have ones that we never finished, or even have failed to begin.

Let me know how YOU tackle procrastination, and also I’d love to hear what you think about this video series!

p.s. I’m speaking quietly in this video because there’s people in the studio behind me working, lol.

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13 Comments

  1. Ben Reschke
    October 24, 2014
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    The power that comes from reviewing the lessons we have learned is amazing.

  2. Andre L. Vaughn
    October 24, 2014
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    Great video & Lesson @PatFlynn…#StopProcrastinating

  3. Make Something
    October 24, 2014
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    Nice, I'm enjoying your recent videos! Your podcast is directly responsible for me quitting my job in the spring and pursuing my dream.

  4. Jonathan Roseland
    October 24, 2014
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    +Pat Flynn they let you in the school with those guns??

  5. Daniel Harrison
    October 24, 2014
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    "Consistent consistency consistently" was something a friend told me in regards to achieving any goal. I veered off a bit but your video just put me back on track. Thanks Pat!

  6. Michael
    October 25, 2014
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    Pat, YOU are the man! Thanks for always providing valuable content. 

  7. Simon Charette
    October 25, 2014
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    Hi Pat, that was really valuable to me. Thank you for that, and for all that you do for us at spi.

    Cheers
    Simon

  8. Clinton Gallagher
    October 28, 2014
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    2014-10-28

    It has been my pleasure to have been referred to your videos by a tweet that showed up within the virtualCableTV  time line.

    God Bless You man.

  9. Marcus Boswell
    October 29, 2014
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    I needed that. Great talk.

  10. ProPaleo
    November 1, 2014
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    I like your mellow energy Pat, it's relaxing and more effective at getting your point across I think.

  11. Mira Lavandier
    November 3, 2014
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    Pat Flyn sur les méthodes apprisses à l'école d'architecture pour gérer le temps et éviter la charrette 😉

  12. TRT
    March 8, 2015
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    2-3 months!  That's almost the whole semester.  I wish our projects were that long.  We get 3 projects each 2-3 weeks in length with the final being longer.  I guess its all relative though if you procrastinate but our project procastination time line is 2-3 days before the deadline not 1 month!

  13. Alex Otto
    April 11, 2015
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    Very simple advice that can change your life! Truly inspirational!

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