Who else Struggles with Procrastination?

What does Procrastination mean? It is the act of replacing high-priority actions with tasks of low-priority, and thus putting off important tasks to a later time.

Where does the cycle of Procrastination Start?

We may think procrastination stems from laziness; however that is far from the truth. Procrastination starts from a deeper origin. Typically there is some kind of Anxiety about starting the project, a fear of Failure, or a fear of Judgment, or some other self-defeating mentality.

So you think you are a victim of the procrastination habit? Do you think you need to discover how to beat procrastination? Okay, let’s take a look and see how you measure up. Do you spend too much time watching mindless TV programs instead of getting those important tasks completed? Do you find yourself wanting the comfort and safety of your bed instead of jumping up to face whatever the day might bring? Are you always putting important tasks and decisions on the back burner? Do you constantly find yourself unable to make decisions? Are you always looking for a way to put things off until tomorrow?

If this all sounds too familiar to you then now is definitely the time to seriously start looking for a program on how to beat your procrastination.

Here are a few tips to get you started….

1. Draw up a workable daily plan of all the things you really must do for the day. Be really specific about the tasks to be completed. Then there is no room for you to slide out and leave the job half done, in other words there is no room for procrastination. The best way to plan is to use the good old fashioned pen and paper, as the simple task of putting it down in black and white seems to be a great motivator. However, if you feel you must use electronic methods to make your list, that’s okay as well, just as long as it gets done.

2. Make sure that the most pressing and important tasks are at the top of the list. In other words prioritize the tasks, with the really important ones taking precedence over the ones that are of less importance. The really important part of the whole exercise is to overcome your procrastination and make sure that the jobs that must be completed today are in fact completed today. No excuses.

3. Think about where you want to be in a year’s time. Be realistic, but do not underestimate yourself. Where do you want to be in terms of love, money, career, and home life? Write down one big project to complete for each category. Continue keeping your life free of clutter in the process. You should also take it one goal at a time and do not give up until it is complete.

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Procrastination VS Motivation

The line between procrastination and motivation can be very thin. When you feel motivated, you’re full of inspiration, ready to tackle your projects, and you dive in head first. Procrastination causes you to feel paralyzed: you may find yourself doing everything and anything other than the task you’re supposed to be doing. Rather than moving you towards your goals, procrastination keeps you stuck in the same place.

How many times have you heard someone say that; “Timing is Everything?”  It is a cliche that is used far too much perhaps, but indeed, it is the truth, timing is everything isn’t it? It’s hard to deny. Now, consider another very important saying; “Luck happens when preparedness meets opportunity.” But what if you are unprepared? In that case, you cannot take advantage of good fortune that crosses your path. On the other hand if you are prepared well, there you go, timing is on your side.

So, the reality to success is to have good timing and to position and prepare yourself to take advantage of opportunity, but if you procrastinate now because you think you can put it off for another day, then the opportunity will come and go, pass you by, without a glance. And it will be your fault because you had your chance. You had a chance encounter with your destiny and you blew it.

Procrastination is a thief. So what you want to do is put your foot on the throat of that thief and kill it once and for all. I believe in you and know that you can do it.

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