4 Ways to Stop Procrastinating Before it Happens

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As a busy person, the chances are that you lean into procrastination more than anybody else. It’s a self destructive behavior, and you have to fight yourself more than you fight anything else. Instead of paying attention to all the hard work that you need to do, you’re paying attention to your social media, or anything else that requires you to work hard. It’s not because you are adverse to working hard, but because you know that relaxation and procrastination often feel better than actually working. It’s very easy to procrastinate and waste your own time – we’ve all been there.

4 Ways to Stop Procrastinating Before it Happens

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You have to consider yourself like a website. When you are in your discovery phase, something is building, something excellent is about to happen, but it’s not the part that gets you to the finish line. You know you have to do the work, and you know that the work you do is going to make you better at what you can do in life. But actually getting the energy to put together the work is not easy. Procrastination can feel like a five minute break, but it’s actually the biggest form of self sabotage there is. When you pull yourself away from the things that you are doing to better your life, the only person you’re hurting is yourself and it’s a very difficult habit to get out of. It’s very convenient to change the way that we think of the way that we act but we are shaped by those thoughts and we become what we think – Buddha said that. There are four ways that you can stop procrastinating before it happens.

Stop feeling Obligated

Be Smart in your Goal Setting

Make Sure That You Feel Good Wherever You Are

Tidy Your Desk

What is your Advice to Stop Procrastinating?

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