The Top Ten Ways to Stop Procrastinating Now

Written by Kerul Kassel

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4. Procrastination Exploration – What is your procrastination costing you? Do you have a procrastination reputation? Do you continually have to make procrastination explanations or reparations to others? Are you in procrastination isolation so nobody will know what you’re not doing? Is your credit history in procrastination degradation because of paying bills late? Are you in procrastination desperation because you might lose your job or significant relationships? Sometimes understanding how badly you’re paying and in exactly what ways can provoke you to seek assistance.

3. Procrastination Consultation – Talk with friends about how they overcame procrastination. Buddy with them on their own projects, holding each other accountable to get things done. Hire a procrastination coach, someone who has worked with hundreds of people and not only knows about procrastination generation, but has helped many veteran procrastinators with procrastination renunciation.

2. Procrastination Transformation – nothing helps you achieve more easily than knowing allrepparttar steps you need to take, having a plan to take them, scheduling that plan into your calendar, creating incentives to make following through more attractive (and consequences to make it less attractive!), and putting some accountability supports into place. This, combined with a simple procrastination meditation, will get you back on track quickly and easily.

1. Procrastination Emancipation – Once you’ve fully understood that one ofrepparttar 139440 big reasons you have been procrastinating is that you’re focusing only on finishing (and that’s too daunting) you’ll begin to instead concentrate on starting, which is a much more approachable and manageable way to get thing done. All you need to do is keep starting, and finishing will take care of itself.

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Stress Relief Tips

Written by Ryan Fyfe

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Balance - Living a balanced life is very important to maintain limited stress. Balance doesn’t mean trying to do too many things at once. Balance means not living all work and no play. Balance your life with work, family, friends, exercise, hobbies, etc.

Values - Take a moment to think aboutrepparttar things that arerepparttar 139301 most important for you in your life. Often times when we are living offrepparttar 139302 wall and not by our values there is an increase of stress in our days.

Planning - Who ever said “fail to plan, plan to fail” was onrepparttar 139303 ball. There is also an element of stress in unplanned situations. Unknowns cause us to worry, and to get stressed out about situations that we could have taken a little time to plan ahead for seems silly - doesn’t it?


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Ryan Fyfe is the owner and operator of Relief Area. Which is a great web directory and information center for All types of Relief related issues like stress relief.

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