Or you have acquired the reputation of being a true wastrel.
If you answered no, you are like the thousands of individuals, who would like to quit procrastinating.
Question is: how do I stop procrastinating? Will there be a magical formula to simply begin doing it?
It is really fairly easy.
Say, you purchased the humongous sandwich and went into a restaurant now. If you make an effort to stuff your mouth and open it wide, will it go in? You are not likely to find a way to stuff it in if you don’t belong to some family of pachyderms.
You gotta do something similar with your job to. Break it into smaller jobs and begin attacking the smaller tasks each. One writer I understood was composing a 150 page novel, but could not get started at all. Daily, she told herself, she had write just one “chapter” of her novel. Reserve done!
LOATHE IT? GET TO IT
So you hate doing the piles of clothes it produces, and laundry? Do not run away from it, include it. Remove the most disagreeable tasks.
This way you will have the energy to get it done. As soon as you are past it, you will be in your way to larger and better things you really love.
There is a reason dessert is the last course!
Can not determine whether the wall colour should be blue or beige? Have you been procrastinating because you can not make your mind up?
– Write your choices down, with pros and cons
– Share it with family and friends
– Determine on the default option
Go with your default option in the event you ‘re still open
“I will never find a way to do it”
Think back to the time you felt successful in your lifetime, when you are faced with a self confidence disaster. Perhaps you won a gold medal and ran course.
PICTURE getting the exact same sort of kudos for the job. Reward yourself.
The one dictum of composing is “Get it composed, not right!” Perfectionism is the enemy. STOP sabotaging yourself, in the event you ‘re the type that will compose several words, reread them, delete them, then rewrite the same few words. Get your piece get the laundry done, put away. It does not need to be perfect, it’s to get done.