The key to breaking any bad habit is to first admit you have a problem. Today we are going to do that and then dive into why we procrastinate.
If you believe you work better under pressure, this short post will help you realize the truth behind two of the myths that cause you to believe this lie. Learning this truth has helped me better plan my schedule.
A poem from the archives of my notebooks.
There are two areas where procrastination can hurt you most. When it is a habit, be sure to remain aware of these areas so you don’t find yourself alone and broke.
You aren’t the only one putting things off for tomorrow. Many people procrastinate. Learn the truth about why folks postpone things and why it’s not always a bad thing to do so in this 3rd post of our 30-day challenge.
Learn how to tell if you’re lazy or a procrastinator in Day 2 of our 30-day challenge. They aren’t interchangeable for everyone!
Do you struggle with procrastination? If so, the next thirty days are going to change your life! Everyone procrastinates every now and again; it’s human nature to put things off so we can enjoy some quiet time or avoid a big project. This month, we’re going to kick the habit out of lives and welcome in progress! Let’s end this year strong by starting October with this challenge.