Tag Archives: procrastination

3 Steps To Get You Comfortable Doing NOTHING

Always Feel Bad When Not Working? Here Are 3 Steps to Get You Comfortable With Doing Nothing.

I get it, it’s okay to feel bad because you’re unable to do one or two things on your to-do list. The goal is to look at the impact of the “little” victories on productivity over time. r

How To Procrastinate Less & Write More

How to Procrastinate Less and Write More

Procrastination is the enemy. Everyone knows it, and that goes for the stubborn soul who insists that the white-hot pressure of a last-minute completion makes his or her work better. It does not. r

How to Unearth the Root Cause of Your Procrastination – And it’s Not Laziness

How to Unearth the Root Cause of Your Procrastination – And it’s Not Laziness

Get to the root of your procrastination. Once you are able to identify why you truly are procrastinating, it becomes much easier for you to stop procrastinating. r

5 Ways 'Slacking' Can Help Move You Forward

5 Ways “Slacking” Can Help You to Move Forward

I always jumped into self-improvement projects with a burst of energy, and it always waned. Regardless of my intentions, I always found myself procrastinating. r

10 Tips to Use Social Media for Motivation (Instead of Procrastination)

10 Tips to Use Social Media for Motivation (Instead of Procrastination)

Most of us are well aware that social media browsing is a huge time suck. The more we friend and follow other users, the more we seemingly tend to suffer from FOMO (the fear of missing out). r

How To Overcome Procrastination By Facing Your Fears

How To Overcome Procrastination By Facing Your Fears

Procrastination is a part of life. We all procrastinate at one point or another. The jeopardy of procrastination that I’m trying to convey isn’t so much about a science project due tomorrow or a credit card bill due next week. I’m talking about the BIG apple. r