Written by Charlene Hartung


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1 Sep, 2023

Hey there fellow procrastinator! 

I am such a big procrastinator and I love putting things off until the last minute. It’s like we have a superpower for procrastination, right?

In doing some research I found these strategies and techniques that might just help us turn things around.

  1. Set clear goals: Clearly define your goals and break them down into smaller, manageable tasks. Having a clear understanding of what needs to be done can help you stay focused and motivated.
  2. Prioritize tasks: Determine which tasks are most important and prioritize them accordingly. This will help you stay organized and ensure that you are working on the most critical tasks first.
  3. Create a schedule: Establish a schedule or routine that includes dedicated time for work and breaks. Having a structured plan can help you stay on track and avoid distractions.
  4. Break tasks into smaller steps: Large tasks can be overwhelming and lead to procrastination. Break them down into smaller, more manageable steps to make them feel less daunting.
  5. Use time management techniques: Techniques like the Pomodoro Technique can be helpful in managing your time effectively. This method involves working for a set amount of time (usually 25 minutes) and then taking a short break before starting again.
  6. Remove distractions: Identify and eliminate distractions that often lead to procrastination. This could include turning off notifications on your phone, blocking certain websites, or finding a quiet workspace.
  7. Find accountability: Share your goals and progress with someone you trust, such as a friend, family member, or mentor. Having someone to hold you accountable can provide motivation and encouragement.
  8. Reward yourself: Set up rewards for completing tasks or reaching milestones. This can help you stay motivated and make the process more enjoyable.
  9. Practice self-care: Taking care of your physical and mental well-being is crucial for productivity. Make sure to get enough sleep, eat nutritious meals, exercise regularly, and manage stress effectively.
  10. Start small and build momentum: Begin with small, easy tasks to build momentum and gain a sense of accomplishment. This can help you overcome the initial resistance to starting and make it easier to tackle more challenging tasks.

Remember that overcoming procrastination takes time and effort. 


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