4 ways to stop procrastinating
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4. Be really honest with yourself about why you’re procrastinating. Are you procrastinating because the work is too hard and you’re too embarrassed to ask for help?
Or is it because you find it boring and it’s actually not what you want to be doing at all? For example, your role may have become heavily administrative but you really love creative work, so naturally you find yourself procrastinating. If you can get to the heart of why you’re procrastinating you’re far more likely to find an effective solution.
To-do lists just add to the stress for most people, as they are never all ticked off.