Updated: Mar 23, 2020
You tend to procrastinate when:
You lack a skill: one tends to take up things easily when it requires minimum effort to accomplish it. Anything that requires new set of skills, more than usual efforts is always dealt with procrastination in order to avoid discomfort.
When outcome is not immediate: Work that does not deliver result immediately is not tempting. Perhaps there is a lack of interest and motivation to take up task and it gets delayed.
Fear of failure: when you think you might fail, it is difficult to work constructively. Basically, fear does not allow a person to take a step ahead.
Low mood or Depression or anxiety: lack of will and motivation does not allow a person to focus. It affects judgement and confidence. It give rise to attitude of “giving up”.
Too much Perfection: desire for too much perfection get in the way to begin.
How to overcome Procrastination?
Challenge your belief
Be open to experience rather than a failure or success
Focus on long term gains- slow and steady wins the race!
Discomfort is the first step growth
It is better accomplish the task rather then losing it for the sake of perfection which is varies from person to person.
Do not allow procrastination to become way of your life!
Tomorrow never comes!
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