Tips for the Pomodoro Technique to work

While the Pomodoro Technique was designed to simply time management, it doesn’t work unless you’re willing to commit to the system. Here are some tips for getting the most out of the technique: Obey the Timer: Always stop when the buzzer rings to let you know that it’s time for a break. … [continue]

The Pomodoro Technique

While there are several aspects to the Pomodoro Technique, the basics of the system are pretty simple and can be broken down into five steps: The first step is to choose a task. Write down a list of necessary activities on an activity sheet and then transfer those that need to be accomplished that day […]

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Common causes of procrastination

Common Causes of Procrastination Being overextended: Is it humanly possible to meet all the obligations you currently have? If not, can you omit or reschedule some of these obligations? Low motivation: Is the task relevant to you personally? Is it another person’s goal rather than your own? Try to find some personal reward or relevance […]

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Top 10 Tips to Stop Procrastinating by Ilya Pozin

Top Ten tips to stop procrastinating Ever find yourself in a state where you’re avoiding the completion of a list of relatively simple tasks? In fact, are you procrastinating right now by reading this article? The tendency to procrastinate isn’t new to this century, although distractions in a highly digital work environment aren’t always the […]

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Louise L Hay on Procrastination

“I am unworthy” Creates Procrastination If one of my inner belief systems or thought patterns is, “I am unworthy,” then one of my outer effects will probably be procastination. After all, procastination is one way to keep us from getting where we say we want to go.

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Procrastinator’s creed

Procrastinator’s Creed I believe that if anything is worth doing, it would have been done already. I shall never move quickly, except to avoid more work or find excuses. I will never rush into a job without a lifetime of consideration. I shall meet all of my deadlines directly in proportion to the amount of […]

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Simple ways to stop procrastinating

Simple Ways To Stop Procrastinating By Kelly Wallace How much better would you feel if you could stop procrastinating? Imagine the guilt and anxiety you could release right here and now by simply doing what needs to be done! Sometimes it’s not that easy though, is it? We have many reasons for procrastinating. Some of […]

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Procrastination Poem by Kit McCallum

Procrastination Yesterday, I said I would until the time had passed, And now today, I see my list of never-ending tasks. “Why so”, I ask myself, “did I put off that task at hand?” For yesterday has added to my ever-growing plans, Of things I say I will attend, accomplish or provide; Seems every day […]

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Procrastination – Definition

Procrastination is the practice of carrying out less urgent tasks in preference to more urgent ones, or doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, and thus putting off impending tasks to a later time, sometimes to the “last minute” before the deadline.

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Lighten Up – Spiritual Practice

Being able to lighten up is the key to feeling at home with your body, mind, and emotions, to feeling worthy to live on this planet. For example, you can hear the slogan “Always maintain only a joyful mind” and start beating yourself over the head for never being joyful. That kind of witness is […]

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