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Tips To Not Procrastinate

Tips To Not Procrastinate

You probably know the feeling of knowing that you have to do the job but somehow can't, so you waste your time until the last minute when stress and pressure force you to quit; Or in the worst case, the job will never happen.

If we're not "smarter" than hesitation, it's a lose-lose situation. The work is not completed or done poorly.

When he hesitates, he always thinks he has to work somewhere deep in his head so that he can't completely relax.

Not to mention procrastination can make you feel like a loser and slowly change your image of someone who can't do his job. As a result, your productivity suffers greatly, and with it your income and creative potential.

There are lots of tips and strategies to help you stop procrastination, and in this article we're going to cover some tried-and-true tips on how to stop procrastination once and for all.

Procrastination: Periodic procrastination, which is normal.

Procrastination occurs as a pattern of abnormal behavior.

In fact, it is fairly easy to identify and differentiate procrastination from the older version. When procrastination hits you, act differently.

You can also ask yourself, "Why am I being so stupid?" Normally he just used to work, but this time something is stopping him.

Even if you are a super productive person, you will find relief all the time. There can be several reasons for this:

low energy level

be in an irritable emotional state

Do not take a break after completing a long and demanding task.

You think someone else should do the work (if it's assigned to you)

People you don't like are involved in your work

It's some kind of job you don't like (in other words, boring)

Proven Tips for Overcoming Procrastination

1. Start working

One thing you can do is force yourself to move on and take the first step.

The first step is always the hardest. If you've ever had to push your broken car in, you know what it is. Once the car starts rolling it becomes very easy.

So you can try and organize every disciplinary unit you have and prepare yourself to take the first step. Sometimes it works surprisingly well.

After the first step, forget about procrastination and get the job done. Timeboxing techniques can definitely help you in this.

2. Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time

An important concept in time management is that you not only manage your time but also consider your energy level.

No matter how disciplined you are, you will have highly productive days and less productive days. Likewise, you have your peak productivity times and your least productive hours of the day.

There are a few things to consider in this context:

Try when your daily productivity is at its peak, not when your energy is low

Take a nap or go for a walk and get back to work when you feel tired

Give yourself a break after hard work and recharge your battery

If you are emotionally irritable, talk to others and calm down first

Accept that sometimes you won't be able to be productive and that's okay. We are all human.

Solve your energy problems first, and then when things go well, get back to the task you put off.

Even after working hard, you have to be smart. You can't just work hard all the time. Sooner or later, burnout happens.

Life is a marathon, not a sprint. So take regular breaks throughout the day (walking, stretching, hugging, etc.) and a longer break on the weekends. Other days you will be much more productive.

3. Do other, simpler, tasks until you regain your energy level.

What usually happens when you are hesitant about a task? Do you remember how you took things forward when you were in school, for example when you had to study?

You probably walked from your room to the kitchen to see that all the groceries were still in the refrigerator and took a bite or two. He scoured a website or two to rest, counting the number of windows in the building next to him, etc.

But she probably did more: cleaned the room and desk, sorted out all the notes, stretched a bit, talked to her classmates about possible exams and other semi-productive tasks. Do you see where this is going?

If nothing else works, you can use procrastination as a motivator for other important tasks.

The only key is not to waste time on stupid tasks, but to check off another task that is currently marked as important on your to-do list.

As the deadline for the postponed task approaches and you put more pressure on yourself, you will finish it. Do not fight procrastination; Instead, do other important things.

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