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“Do you know what happens when you give a procrastinator a good idea? Nothing!” Donald Gardner

Published on 3/15/2017
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Set up a few hours of time where you go around and accomplish all your projects with a friend.  This way, you will have someone with you while you work to keep you focused and on track.

Schedule “check-ins” with your friend where they call to see where you are at.  These can be deadlines for certain tasks, at which point you will either be praised or chastised by your friend based on your progress report.

Focus on the end goal.  It is easy to see only the giant list of things to do, rather than the anxiety-free feeling of accomplishment at having finished them.  As you work, focus on all the free time, relaxation, money, whatever it may be that you get when you finish.  This will help you to stay on task and work towards your goal.

Do one task at a time.  Although it seems like multitasking is doing more work in a small amount of time but multi-taskers are often inefficient and do much less work.  So practice doing one thing at a time and do not overwhelm yourself with tasks.


Suppose we have a list of things to do.  It is so much better to finish the task at hand rather than jumping to another task without completing the first one.  Yes, it is true that there are many distractions which are strong enough to throw us off the track.  This is because of the process called "temporal discounting" which says we are more likely to go for a reward which is more imminent than for one which is far in the future.  Small rewards like TV, Facebook, etc. provide us a small imminent reward.

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