Don’t do tomorrow what you can do today. Constantly putting something off means it will never get done – so the sooner you do it, the more time you have to enjoy the benefits.
Procrastination is when a person decides to leave a task in order to do it later in time. It will prove to create problems for you if you start to procrastinate too many times, especially when it was completely unnecessary for you to do so.
Reasons why people procrastinate:
- Fear of failure
- Confusion and self-doubt
- Poor motivation
- Lack of priorities
- What is the opposite of Procrastination? (It’s not what you think) @ simplythecoolest.wordpress.com
Excerpt: Every moment has two choices within it: do it now or do it later. And in each of those moments it’s extremely easy to choose the ‘later’ option. And it’s no big news immediate gratification is just that, IMMEDIATE. However when I choose to do important things ‘later’, that keeps me from the great fortune of creating and getting to live my dreams.
- Eliminating Procrastination @ WikiBooks
Excerpt: Personal competence comprises five elements: emotional strength, well-directed thought, time-management skills, control over habits, and task completion abilities. Therefore, most strategies for overcoming procrastination are based on improving these five skill areas, and involve: improving emotional control and adjusting one’s underlying attitude, focusing attention and thinking rationally, learning executive (self-management) procedures like planning and scheduling, learning habit-changing methods, and acquiring better task completion and problem solving skills.