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Help yourself -Overcome your procrastination


Procrastination is the act of delaying or postponing something. It is often associated with laziness or a lack of motivation, but this is not always the case. Some people procrastinate because they feel overwhelmed or anxious about the task at hand. Others may procrastinate because they are perfectionists and want to make sure that everything is perfect before they start.

Whatever the reason, procrastination can be a major obstacle to success. It can lead to missed deadlines, lower grades, and even job loss.

If you struggle with procrastination, there are a few things you can do to overcome it -

Set realistic deadlines

If you are always putting things off until the last minute, try setting realistic deadlines for yourself. This will help you to stay on track and avoid feeling overwhelmed.

Break down the task into smaller parts

If you find yourself procrastinating because the task seems too daunting, try breaking it down into smaller parts. This will make it seem less overwhelming and more

Set a positive tone for the task

If you are feeling anxious or overwhelmed about a task, try setting a positive tone for it. Tell yourself that you can do it and that it will be fun. This will help you to get in the right frame of mind and make the task more manageable.

Get organized

If you are disorganized, it can be difficult to get started on a task. Try getting organized and creating a plan for how you will complete the task. This will make it easier to get started and stay on track.

Find a friend to help you

If you find it difficult to motivate yourself, try finding a friend to help you. Having someone to work with can make the task more fun and help you to stay on track.




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