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Procrastination and you

Updated on August 22, 2011

Procrastination affects an average of 75% of people in some way or another. To defeat this ugly monster a life style change in needed. This is the simplest page I have ever written

"If something is due on the first Friday of the month and today is the first Thursday, then you need to do it tonight."

♥In all reality you should start planning as soon as you can. If you start planning and start with a part of it that is moderately complicated then you will feel better and want to keep going. -If it helps sit down and make out an out line of what steps you will need to take to get the project done.

♥Don’t however start with the hardest part of the project (whatever it may be) then you might get discouraged and your completed work will not be your best or worst you may not complete it at all.

♥Dont eat while you do your work, eat before or after, eliminate distractions; radio, tv etc.

♥Remember, the sooner you get it done the sooner you can play games, watch your movie or play on the computer etc.

♥One last thing set up a reward of some kind, so you will have something to look forward to when you finish. (I like candy bars or ice cream as my rewards on short projects and even bigger ones I like to treat my self to a new dress or pair of shoes at the thrift store)


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      marellen 6 years ago

      Thankful, I don't have this problem. I'm one who jumps right in from the start but your advice is right-on. Thank you for sharing...