Think about what you procrastinate about and why you procrastinate!

What is procrastination?

Procrastination is the deferment or putting-off of an action or task, usually by focusing on some other distraction. It derives from the Latin words pro (a prefix meaning "for") and cras (meaning "tomorrow").

Procrastination can be a persistent trait in some people, known as chronic procrastinators. In these people, it can be a self-destructive state where the procrastinator can get nothing accomplished on time, resulting in serious career struggles, persistent financial problems, and diminished quality of life.

Natural Law #1

procrastination naturally occurs when faced with events that are unpleasent, complex, lengthy, or uninteresting - regardless of the priority

The mnemonic device for procrastinate is:
  • uncle-unpleasant
  • clark-complex
  • loves-lengthy
  • underwear-uninteresting

When you procrastinate about things that take over 45 mins you should break them down in to smaller pieces and then set dates for each piece.

Natural Law #2

- we change our lives by changing our attitudes and perceptions we become most what we think about ourselves.

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