If you find yourself putting off important tasks over and over again, you’re not alone. In fact, many people procrastinate to some degree – but some people are affected by procrastination that it stops them fulfilling their potential and disrupts their careers.
What if you didn't? What if you didn't procrastinate? What would you be able to accomplish?
Of course, we have all sorts of creative reasons why can't do something now, today, just isn’t the right time. We're too busy. Too broke. Too stressed. Too risky. Too uncertain. Too inexperienced. Too old. Too young. Too disruptive.
But if we don't, what would be able to accomplish?
The key to controlling this extremely destructive habit is to recognize when you start procrastinating, understand why it happens, and take active steps to manage your time and outcomes better.
Follow these steps to help control procrastination: Step 1: Recognize when you're procrastinating Step 2: Find out WHY you are procrastinating
Step 3: Develop strategies that stop you from procrastination
To have a good chance of conquering procrastination, you need to recognize right away that you're doing it. Then, you need to identify why you're doing it and take appropriate
steps to overcome the block.