Procrastination can cause extra stress, missed deadlines, and unnecessary overtime just to name the obvious consequences. Fortunately, you can use proven behavioral changes to get yourself out of the habit and start getting things done. Here are five anti-procrastination tips you can follow and 10 apps you can use to really put them into action. 1. Don’t Get Overwhelmed by the Task If you get too overwhelmed by a task, the resultant fear could make you unintentionally idle.
Procrastination is rarely a positive trait. However, going too far in the opposite direction—over-exerting yourself to get things done as early as possible—can also cause undue physical and emotional stress. Read more...
Could the secret to finally meeting your deadlines be as simple as setting it for a particular weekday? Serial procrastinators know one of the hardest things about getting things done is getting started. Read Full Story
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