CAREER COACH STEALING PRECIOUS TIME BACK!
BEEN PROCRASTINATING ON HOW TO BEAT YOUR PROCRASTINATION HABITS? THESE HELPFUL APPS WILL SORT YOU OUT IN NO TIME!
The clock’s ticking, and your supervisor is hovering over your cubicle reminding you that the report you’ve been working on for the past two weeks is due by the end of the day. You shrug and tell yourself you’ve got time. Next thing you know it’s almost time to head home and that report is far from being done, just like everything else on your table that is still pending.
Sounds familiar? There are a few reasons why this habit has become a norm. Sometimes the project you’re working on could be so complicated that you don’t know where to start. There are some people who are afraid that the results of their work will not meet the expectations of their superiors so they end up postponing their work. Then there are those who do their best work while under pressure or spend all those long hours getting lost in the deep, dark recesses of Buzzfeed and don’t start work until there’s barely an hour left before their deadline is up.
The good thing about procrastinating is that there’s a way out of it as long as you don’t procrastinate on getting help! Since you’re buried under that mountain of overdue work, I figured I’d make things a little easier for you by checking out the latest apps to help curb procrastination once and for all. Here’s what I found.
IF YOU’RE: DISORGANISED
You can’t tell head from tail of whatever
you’re doing because you feel overloaded the moment you’re assigned a new task. It’s age-old advice but making a list and actually sticking to it is just what you need. THE APP TO TRY: ANY.DO (iOS, ANDROID, CHROME AND FIREFOX) This award-winning app allows you to key in and schedule all your tasks that need to be done. It will then remind you precisely at the time you’ve programmed it to. That’s not all – this multitasking task app will also bombard you with constant reminders of your pending tasks via notifications pinned to the phone’s status bar and your Google Chrome page.