What is procrastination ...

What is procrastination ...

Procrastination is the act of putting off work for no particular reason. Some guides and experts say that you’re procrastinating when you’re not doing a task that needs to be accomplished by a certain deadline. 

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Benefits of stopping procrastination ...
  1. Lower anxiety - The more we procrastinate , the more anxiety and stress we have.
  2. Higher self-discipline - One of the biggest reasons we procrastinate is low self-discipline. The main benefit of beating procrastination is that you automatically increase your self-discipline. 
  3. Better work - People who don’t procrastinate accomplish better work. When you work with less stress, anxiety, and high self-discipline, you give yourself the chance to do better work. 
Tips to stop procrastination ...
  • If we want to stop wasting our time or procrastination , we need to be aware of how we spend our time first.
  • When you try to be perfect, you’re more likely to procrastinate.
  • A big aspect of beating procrastination is to avoid distractions.
  • Sleep is a big part of getting things done. When you’re tired, you’re more likely to put off tasks. 
  • Writing every day is another example of self-discipline , if you can write for your own purposes every day, you’ve beaten procrastination.

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Why procrastinating in 2021 is a bad idea?

Reasons for Procrastinating

  1. Personal productivity, Social stigma, and psychological disorders are also the result of procrastinating in a long term.
  2. Lack of Motivation is another reason.
  3. Finding no value or not knowing proper ways to find a value is also reason for lack of motivation.
  4. Not taking immediate action may lead to long term stress and anxiety.
  5. Expecting to keep yourself happy for few minutes and delaying the important things which might fruit better long term results.

Procrastination is one habit that most of us have. We tend to delay finishing a task or a project not because we are lazy but because we have negative emotions surrounding the task - boredom, anxiety, depression, and more.

It is a chronic cycle that rewards our present self with a feeling of momentarily relief which could only lead to us procrastinating more often than needed.

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Tons of time management strategies have been developed over the years by hundreds of people to help you get more done in less time. Here are 6 of my favorite task management tips to help you stop procrastinating in your work and personal life.

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