How do You Cure Procrastination?

In the coming weeks I will be publishing many articles on procrastination, I have read a lot of books about it among others Brian Tracy’s book Eat that Frog and got a lot of great tips and advice.

Even though there are so many resources people procrastinate, a lot.
It is one of the most common reasons we aren’t efficient.
The act of procrastination makes us feel guilty and stressed.

Still we procrastinate.

So today I want to ask all of you, how do you think procrastination is best conquered?

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2 Responses to How do You Cure Procrastination?

  1. Hi Daniel,
    Sometimes I think I will always be an 11th hour type of guy (always wait into the last moment to get things done). Getting off to a good start each day seems to help and puts me into a productive mind set. Having a formal “to do” does focus me and helps me start projects that need to be addressed.
    Riley

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Riley,

      Breaking procrastination is hard. It takes a lot of conscious effort.
      Have you set a firm goal to defeat your procrastination habits?

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