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How To Overcome Procrastination

What Is Procrastination, Top 10 Reasons of Procrastination, and How To Overcome Procrastination

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10 Most Common Reasons of Procrastination

  1. Fear of the unknown

  2. Resistance to change

  3. Given up hope that a situation can be changed or affected

  4. Can’t make a decision

  5. Fear of failure

  6. Lack of entrepreneurial spirit

  7. A perception that a task is too difficult or unpleasant

  8. Too busy to get the really important things done

  9. Tired, overworked

  10. Disorganized

 

"Procrastination is opportunity's assassin."
~ Victor Kiam

"Don't wait. The time will never be just right."  
~
Napoleon Hill

"Get out of the ditch and up on the road."
~ Jon Linder

"You don't have to get it right, you just have to get it going."
~ Mike Litman

"Serious People Actually DO Something; Non-Serious People Talk About Doing Something or Plan to do Something One Day."
~ Stuart Goldsmith

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The Chief Destroyer of Your Dreams

Procrastination is the avoidance of doing a task which needs to be accomplished.

Too many people want more form their life but never start. They are talkers, not doers. Their ability to act seems sleeping.

Procrastination destroys your dreams and goals and leaves you with nothing but regrets.  It can eat away at the quality of your life with devastating results. Procrastination robs you of time, while simultaneously making you feel miserable about it.

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"Each indecision brings its own delays and days are lost lamenting over lost days...What you can do or think you can do, begin it. For boldness has magic, power, and genius in it."

~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

How to overcome procrastination?

4 WHYs of True Success

Before all else, you must get clear about what you want in life and focus on your Top3 goals. You must learn how to concentrate. Here is a Napoleon Hill's advice on overcoming procrastination: 'The principle of concentration is the medium by which procrastination is overcome. The same principle is the foundation upon which both self-confidence and self-esteem are predicated.'

You must start taking action if you want to turn your dreams and ideas into reality.

Walt Disney, an amazing person and entrepreneur said, "The best way to get started is to stop talking and begin doing." That's the secret to his great accomplishments.

Napoleon Bonaparte has been considered by historians as probably the greatest military mind the world has known. Yes, he was a great strategist. Yet, his key watchwords were "On s'engage et puis on voit!" ("Let's engage in the battle and then we will see.")

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No battle, no victory.

So, jump up and take the next step in your success journey. Just do it. Break down big tasks into smaller components. Think big, but start small. "You don't have to get it right, you just have to get it going," advises Mike Litman, a success coach.

And most importantly, you must believe in yourself and in your ability to accomplish anything you want.

The Magic of Your Attitude

Start now! Look ahead and focus on the positive that the change will bring.

 

By deciding to change harmful procrastination habits, you are making an important step to becoming self-confident, independent, happier and healthier.