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Procrastination: How to stop procrastinating and the no1 tool to thrive in your life

What is procrastination?

Procrastination is delaying or putting off tasks until the last minute, or past their deadline. Some researchers define procrastination as a "form of self-regulation failure characterized by the irrational delay of tasks despite potentially negative consequences.


It is a massive problem for many. Some are so used to it that it seems to be part of their character - something they do not question anymore.


You think that this is how things are and that they can't be changed, and eventually the problem gets bigger over time.

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Why you may procrastinate?

It really depends on the task. It might be an unpleasant task, like throwing garbages. It might be a boring task, like filling up a spreadsheet or brushing your teeth. Or it can be rooted more profoundly in your personality. You may be afraid of social criticism, or the reason behind procrastinating can be low self-esteem or high levels of insecurity.


What are the consequences of procrastination?

  • Constant stress and feelings of frustration

  • Lost opportunities - professional, financial, and personal

  • Missed deadlines and poor quality of work

  • Unfulfilled goals and dreams

  • Stagnation in your life and development

  • Feeling of failure

  • Low self-esteem and self-confidence

  • Last-minute actions, poor sleep, poor psychology

  • Sadness about what you couldn't experience

  • Grief over relationships that have broken down

  • Never getting what you wished for

  • Wasted time - hours, days, months, or even years

Procrastination is a strong divider for too many people.


What is a divider?

There are things that can act as multipliers in your life, and correspondingly, some things act as dividers.


A divider turns your goals, intentions, and dreams into something much less than what you would like. It creates circumstances in which you accomplish very little compared to your true potential.


It leads to a lack of self-esteem and confidence in yourself. Sometimes, it reaches the point of paralysis and makes you think that you can't achieve anything, no matter how hard you try.


The good news?

It's not part of your personality and you're certainly not doomed to live with it for the rest of your life.


However, there are those things we call multipliers.


These are things that maximize the results of your efforts and lead to exponential growth in everything you tackle. A multiplier is, for example, the skill of how to learn, the ability to focus, and the ability to conquer your procrastination.


Think how much more you could achieve if you had cultivated the above three abilities.


In the case of procrastination, think about how many things you would have conquered just by taking action instead of waiting.


So what would your life have been like if you hadn't waited?


If you didn't leave for later the things do you want to do now?


What would your life be like without that scary "What if...?" that plays in the background of your mind every time you see someone else achieve what you once dreamed of?


These thoughts are not pleasant, we know. But how much are you leaving behind, and how much does it really cost you, when the self-signaling is a "This is who I am and I can't change"?


Our purpose is to bring multipliers into your life. To give you tools that, if you use them, have the power to transform your reality.


One such multiplier is conquering your procrastination, and today's blog is dedicated to helping you take the first steps and stop being the one who just waits.


The answer to procrastination is JUST DO IT!

Throughout your life, there are things that you put off, but in reality, they would only take 1-2 minutes. If something is only going to take you two minutes, do it on the spot. There are a lot of little things you let accumulate during the day. These little things tend to take up space in your schedule and, more importantly, in your mind. But at the same time, they are also micro-opportunities to take action and slowly become the person who doesn't let things wait.


You also procrastinate some important decisions, which keep you behind. By not taking that decision to really transform your life you just make yourself feel worse.


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Did you know that if you overcome procrastination you will:

  • Complete important projects productively

  • Start to achieve all the goals you set

  • Get rid of the stress and the constant sense of frustration

  • Stop feeling like you are constantly falling behind and feeling like a failure

  • Start getting better results in your work, hobbies, and personal life

  • Take control of your life and start doing the things you always wanted to do

And remember: Every time you accomplish something very small, celebrate it in some way. You need to acknowledge yourself for both the big and very small victories. On the other hand, the dopamine secreted each time will help establish your new habit more quickly.

Quote regarding Procastination
by Christopher Parker

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