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How to Stop Procrastination at Work

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Procrastination is a killer of time. Procrastinating is the act of postponing, delaying or putting off, especially habitually or intentionally. Procrastinating makes sure that year after year it steals all, until all are fled.

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Let me tell you about the five (5) easy ways to get rid of Procrastination;

1. ONE THING PER DAY:

One of the simplest way to stop Procrastinating is to do one thing a day. Just pick on thing to do every single day. If you do only that one thing, that day would be considered a successful one. With consistency attached to it, you would keep getting something done every single day.

2. JUST DO IT:

Like the “Nike Logo” would say, just do it. Start small, make a list of things you have to do, trying doing that thing for at least 6 minutes. For example, if you are interested in reading, just try your best to read for at least 6 minutes daily, in no time, when you pick the boom to read, you would discover that you have surpassed the 6 minutes threshold.

3. HARDEST FIRST:

Try make a list of everything you wish to get done. Start the work by doing the hardest thing you have first in the morning. You would have done the most important thing, even if the day goes south.

 

4. TIME BLOCK OFF:

Create a deep work block for yourself and your time by trying “the Pomodora technique”. Block off a certain time like 30 minutes – 2 hours off your calendar. Focus on doing the thing you want to do without in the remaining limited time without distractions.

5. FINISHED NOT PERFECT:

We waste a lot of time thinking about making something “perfect” that we don’t even start working on it. Get rid of the perfectionist ideal (trying to make things perfect) and start working on the things you’ve planned on making and finish it.

 

You can pick any of the ways from 1 to 5. Start working on it, and you would discover that you are accomplishing alot and Procrastination would become thing of the past.

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