How to stop procrastinating? Do you always catch yourself running around in circles, uncertain of the sequence of task you need to carry out? Anyone can be in a situation where you spend hours working on a task but not accomplishing anything. This can be very frustrating especially when things just don’t seem to go as planned.
In the original article, most will sure feel guilty of committing common mistakes for the belief that it can lighten the burden of your work load. The truth is, nothing can be accomplished when you are not focused.
If you think you don’t seem to accomplish the assigned task, you might be guilty of following these practices.
1. Looking For Shortcuts
Looking for how to optimize your existing activities and routines in order to become more efficient is totally fine.
However, if you are looking for shortcuts in order to AVOID the real work, you are heading towards Procrastination City in rapid speed.
You need to realize that there are no REAL shortcuts to success. Of course there are ways to reach your goals faster, like having a coach.
2. Spontaneously Working On Your Tasks
To spontaneously work on your to do list tasks, where you randomly select which tasks you are working on, is a great way to procrastinate.
You might as well have NO to do list.
To be quite honest, your schedule might actually be BLANK.
The experts say that every minute spent in planning saves you ten minutes in execution. You should plan your day in advance.
Ever tried to have a meaningful conversation by phone while writing an important email and chatting with a friend on Facebook?
If so, how did that work out for you?
Most likely you performed all the tasks with below mediocre quality.
They say that the person who is able to focus his/her mind on one thought for 2 minutes straight, can accomplish anything.
Wait, there is more, see all the information at 5 Signs That You Are Procrastinating
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