How to Stop Yourself from Procrastinating

How to Stop Yourself from Procrastinating

Procrastination is the biggest hurdle people come across nowadays and it is problematic to find a way to get over it and get things done. But you are no different if you keep procrastinating and delaying every possible thing, we all do that at some point or the other. But it should not become a problem to achieve almost everything in your life, so to fix that as soon as possible, here are some ways you can stop procrastination and get yourself to work.

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1. Break your work

Most of the time you procrastinate is because work is too devastating for you and you just can’t gather your spirit to get it done. One thing you can do is to break your work into shorter ones and deal with them step by step. There will not be too much burden straight away when you’ll break it and focus on one shorter one at a time. If that’s is still too much for you then break it even further, break your work to the point where it turns out to be easy for you. This way, your work will get done on time and even effectively.

2. Set deadlines

One deadline is deadly invitation to delay, therefore, when you divid your work into small tasks, set deadlines for each small task right away. Create a timeline for every small task which will create insistence to complete those and if you don’t complete one small task, it will eventually gamble your whole work by getting delayed even further and your goals put off. In order to accomplish your whole task, you will follow your small deadlines and will end your procrastination.

3. Tell people about your goals

This may sound bragging to you but it’s not. Tell as much people as you can about your goals and upcoming projects, friends, family, colleagues etc. This way whenever you will bump into them, they will consistently ask about your progress on your goals and projects and to avoid awkward silence, you will be more devoted to your work as more people now know what you’re up to and what needs to be done. It will keep you obliged for your own work and you will get it done with ease.

4. Don’t over complicate things

This is the human tendency to wait for an ideal time to start anything you want to. But truth be told, there’s never a perfect time for your work to get started. You will keep pushing time for numerous reasons for it not being the ideal time. Giving yourself xyz reasons to not start work leads to nothing but procrastination. The time is always right to start anything and if you want to attain what you have set then just buck up and get yourself into it because waiting could lead to a forever time.

5. Imagine when work will be done

Just think how will you feel when you will get your work done? Happy? Pleased? Satisfied, Right? So why not start now? As in who don’t want to feel satisfied and happy as soon as possible?  The amount of happiness you get when you get your work done is not measurable and comparable. But procrastination only leads to anxiety, stress, and frustration. So happiness outweighs anxiety and stress obviously, time to get up and feel happy and remove all your worries by accomplishing what you’ve set as soon as possible.

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