The result, though, is the same for everyone: increased anxiety, wasted time, poor performance, missed opportunities, guilt, excusing ourselves and avoiding people who depend on us. Bottom line: it cause suffering for many people.
What are some common excuses?
Procrastination is a serious problem. It can undermine our sense of well being and prevent us from experiencing the full potential of our lives. A portion of our time is spent pleasurably and a portion is spent on tasks we may not particularly enjoy. Such is the nature of life .To avoid the unpleasurable is, unfortunately, to compromise the pleasurable. The person who is emotionally healthy is one who is familiar with and can tolerate the ups and downs, the highs and lows, and light and dark of life. Living “completely” entails embracing our responsibilities, relishing our pleasure, and appreciating our time.
“Procrastination is the thief of time”
Here are some valuable tips for overcoming procrastination:
Procrastination is such an ingrained pattern that it may seem impossible to change it.
While these tips are effective for many, it may help others to get help from a PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COACH like myself in order to make you accountable and move you forward in your life.
I can help you overcome procrastination.