This post will be in three different parts.
Why do we love to procrastinate?
It is an undoubted truth, that the less one has to do, the less time one finds to do it in- Earl of Chesterfield
First, the obvious thing is that: Everyone procrastinates.
I do it, some of my close friends do it too, my wife also, and the ones in between do it and i know for a fact that successful people do it occasionally. It is just a human thing to put off what we could get done now for later. So relax. You are not alone.
But the ones who get a lot done in short periods of time and seem untouchable by excuses that plague the rest of us simply have learned how best to manage their procrastination tendencies. You can too. I’ll tell you know.
Procrastination is not in your DNA make-up, it is not inherited from your parents or siblings and it most certainly does not “run” in your family- in fact, removing that phrase altogether from your vocabulary can improve your life drastically.
Procrastination is a bad habit that has formed over the years, and in order to break this habit, you must create enough reason and momentum to build the opposite habit, the habit of getting things done.
Stay glued for the rest of the series…
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