7 ways to use emotional intelligence to beat procrastination
Winston Churchill summed it up well, “Perfection(ism) is the enemy of progress.”
The fear of making mistakes keeps many of us paralyzed and unable to begin. We learn by doing and making mistakes.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
A person’s belief and expectation that they are capable of completing a task.
When we don't trust the fact that we'll be able to complete a task (with good results), we're mor...
The more enjoyable a task, the less we procrastinate on it.
Boring tasks are more likely to lead to procrastination than difficult ones, that's why we keep postponing all the busywork (work that keeps us busy but has little value in itself.)
Difficulty maintaining focus in the face of immediate and more appealing distractions.
If we work in an environment where we're bombarded with distractions and we are not capable of resisting them, we're more likely to procrastinate.