People have procrastination hardwired into them, and perhaps that’s why it’s so hard to tackle. It’s part of you. It’s certainly something I had to seek out and do things differently. I had to ask deeper harder and different questions to get me started.
Sure it seems to be the important stuff I put off the most. You know when something is due and you think opps two days to go. For me the bigger picture is that I feel motivated when there is a due date and I like pressure.
The bigger the responsibility, the more time people try to avoid it sometimes. The more time I’ll spend tidying the house. The more time I’ll spend walking to and from the fridge. The more time I’ll spend scrolling through social media. I’ll tell myself that, whatever I’m doing, is just as important – I’m still being productive – but that deadline is still getting scarily closer. So why not stop worrying about the time and start doing it as a commitment to yourself.
Why not do something that is right by you and you look after yourself? That really would be good after all and if it gets you to perform better why not? Let me say it may take some of that big pressure stuff off our plate.
Self-care is the most critical part of looking after ourselves and why won’t you do something for you without feeling bad. That is it. We all feel bad about things at times and I know I feel bad just if I’m 5 mins late. Concisely I have to look at what I am doing in order to get it right. Maybe if I planned things better or I communicated to my iphone to get it right next time.
Perhaps procrastination is simply misunderstood. But actually, there’s a bigger picture.
Why not try setting tasks and putting you first. Watch this ted talk it will make you love yourself and feel free