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powerpath6
post Apr 27, 2014, 10:21 AM
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There are 2 powerful ways to break the procrastination cycle. The first way is to get organized. Make a list! This tactic to eliminating procrastination may sound ridiculous and overrated but it is one of the most effective. What you want to do is start out by getting an organizer or a large notebook and make lists and plans for yourself to stick to, and prioritize everything on your list in order of importance. You also want to allocate times for tasks to be done; for example, 1 hour, 2 hours, etc. The overall key to battling procrastination is organization. ORGANIZATION IS KEY! By organizing yourself you have enough time to do everything and get everything done. Also, if a task is particularly big you can always split it up into manageable time slots, making sure that your progress is steady. Splitting a big task into easily digestible parts ensures that your not overwhelmed by giving yourself too much to do.

A second way to fight off procrastination is by giving yourself a 'reward time'. By applying a reward system to yourself you are giving yourself an incentive to get things done because you know once its done you can have a break and reward yourself for the hard work done.

These are 2 fail proof ways to battle procrastination for now and the future. Use them and start getting things done!



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post Mar 14, 2016, 08:41 AM
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I think that this is a must read for everybody. let's face it, we're all dealing with procrastination, maybe somebody more, maybe somebody less. but this is something that we should daily battle with...
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