We procrastinate because we either can’t decide what to do next or are simply getting distracted from the things that need to get done. The tips below can help hone your focus and ensure you are able to avoid some common procrastination pitfalls and boost your productivity as well.
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Procrastination is the boogeyman that most of us blame for our lack of productivity. It is a strange psychological phenomenon that often has roots in many other aspects of your life. Learning how to overcome procrastination is vital to your long-term success, though. How do you do that? Let’s look a little deeper at procrastination and how to overcome it.
Consistent, sustainable productivity is all about priority setting. Prioritization is a soft skill that can literally affect your success at every level. Without honing prioritization skills, the only thing you can really count on is frustration, decreased productivity, and high levels of stress.
Just about everyone procrastinates sometimes, but if you’re finding that a lack of getting things done is becoming a problem in your life it’s time to refocus your energy and stop the cycle of procrastination once and for all. Here’s what to consider, when you need to break the cycle of procrastination.
Many people find home offices detrimental to their productivity because there are simply so many opportunities to procrastinate. Here are a few ways that you can beat the procrastination without having to pack up and go to the office.
Like most people, you probably have projects you’ve started and not finished. It might be that you lost interest, or something else happened that you needed to take care of first. Fortunately, there are ways you can get things done and complete those projects that have been sitting around. Here are some ideas to help.
How you can make the change from writing things in your diary to getting them done in real life? Here are some of the best ways to make that happen.
Getting started on organization can be difficult, and can be made even harder for someone who has depression or ADD. Even for those who don’t have mental health conditions, being a procrastinator or overthinking, or just feeling overwhelmed can make it feel like too much effort to get started on organization. Fortunately, it really is possible to organize life even with conditions or struggles that make it more difficult or complicated.
Here’s how to organize your social media viewing, so you can still enjoy it but you’ll also have plenty of time to get other things done.
Too much research will actually become confusing, because you’ll start to get conflicting information that you’re not sure what to do with. Instead of dealing with all of that, here’s how to get organized and take action.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the sheer scope of your work? It happens to everyone. Whether you’ve fallen behind in your day-to-day tasks, or you’ve recently taken on a completely new project, you may be struggling to get everything done. Here are a few tips to avoid letting the work completely overtake you.
We have been sharing our tips on getting organized with members for over a decade now. Learn how simple changes to behavior or routines can help you live a simpler, happier life. We will help you tackle your most challenging areas when it comes to organization.
Everyone battles against procrastination. Here are the 8 most common reasons why we procrastinate and how to get around them.
We’ve curated a list of our top 10 organizing tips from last year to help you make 2019 your most organized year yet.
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Procrastination. We all do it — and we all hate it. What’s worse is that often we can’t even control it. We know we’re procrastinating, but we just can’t get up and do anything. If you want to stop procrastinating, it’s going to take some work. You’re going to have to change the way that you think; you’re […]
Do you need some motivation to help you get things done today? Work through those feelings of overwhelm with these quick tips. Quick Tips To Overcome The Feeling Of Overwhelm 1. Determine Tasks vs Projects Tasks are small and doable things. Projects are big tasks that require planning and time management. Equate each thing you need to do […]
There is always some dread in returning to work after a holiday. It’s challenging and most of the time, it affects productivity. Yes, we’ve all been there and procrastination at this time can be a really strong enemy! The procrastination you feel builds up and your stress levels rise. Especially if you’re still thinking of […]
Often when we run our online programs we get comments from people who are afraid of falling behind. Especially those people with a chronic illness. It depends how I’m feeling that day as to whether I can complete the task I can’t always complete the task so I’ll have to come back to it […]
If the thought of decluttering makes you break into a sweat, then today’s tip is just for you. Let’s keep it simple. This little strategy is easy to remember AND it works. Try it! If you don’t love it or use it, let it go. Here are some comments from people who have made decisions based on […]
Do you ever wonder if you have the right genetic makeup to be organized? We often talk about whether being organized is a skill or inherent. A previous Get Organized Wizard article focused on 10 Things Organized People DO Every Day. Every day! These are tasks that people do consistently to help their day run smoothly. But what […]