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The Procrastinator

The Procrastinator

Your professional life is being affected because you often postpone working, find hard to start working or do low-priority work instead of high priority.

What to do: Starting is the hardest part. Divide your work into small tasks and schedule time to tackle at least one of them a day. Setting yourself deadlines may work too.

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The older I get, the more I realize what really matters in life.

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