Squashing the Procrastination Demon
We all know a procrastinator . . . the person who does Christmas shopping on December 24th, pulls an all-nighter to get a report done, or avoids making even the simplest decisions. Many times the procrastinator puts forth a defense of, "Well, I do get it done, don't I?" Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Even if things do get done, though, the stress put on the procrastinator (and those around him or her) is greater than it needs to be. If you know of a procrastinator (or are one yourself), use these tips to help make life a bit easier for not only the procrastinator but for those around him or her as well.
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3/7/2023 07:41:27 am
This is an excellent article that provides a comprehensive overview of how to manage and overcome procrastination. It gives practical strategies and tips such as breaking tasks down into smaller chunks, setting realistic deadlines, and staying motivated. It also outlines the psychological aspects of why we procrastinate and how to recognize and address it. I found this article to be very helpful and informative.
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