TODAY NOT TOMORROW ! (15 Ways to Overcome Procrastination: INFOGRAPHIC)

Procrastinate
[proh-kras-tuh-neyt, pruh-]

Verb (used without object), procrastinated, procrastinating.

1.
to defer action; delay:
to procrastinate until an opportunity is lost.
verb (used with object), procrastinated, procrastinating.
2.
to put off till another day or time; defer; delay.

“Procrastination is opportunity’s assassin.”
-Victor Kiam


Procrastination usually means you never get started, although the inability to finish something is also a form of procrastination. procrastinators attempt to avoid the anxiety or worry aroused by a tough task with activities aimed at repairing their mood, such as checking Facebook or taking a nap.
Ask people why they procrastinate and you’ll often hear something like this, I’m a perfectionist. Everything has to be just right before I can get down to work. No distractions, not too much noise, no telephone calls interrupting me, and of course I have to be feeling well physically, too. I can’t work when I have a headache.” The other end of procrastination – being unable to finish – also has a perfectionist explanation: “I’m just never satisfied. I’m my own harshest critic. If all the i’s aren’t dotted and all the t’s aren’t crossed, I just can’t consider that I’m done. That’s just the way I am, and I’ll probably never change.”
And not just to the individual: A procrastinator on your team can affect your business in multiple ways. While it’s hard to measure productivity in the kinds of white-collar corporate jobs in which procrastinators are more prevalent, studies on procrastination and performance have shown that the more a person procrastinates, the worse job he or she does, Pychyl says.
There are lots of strategies to overcome procrastination, and these can be helpful, depending on your procrastination patterns and what’s keeping you from getting in gear. Following are 15 great ways to overcome procrastination.

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The above mentioned techniques will fix the fight between the just-do-it angel and the pleasure-hungry devil in your head. No need to pick just one tactic. Have them all in your arsenal so you’re ready to handle whatever obstacle your battling brain might toss in your path.

Note: The above infographic is generated by U.K.-based infographic design company NeoMam Studios on behalf of the writing services firm Essay.Expert, for 15 techniques to fight your tendency to procrastinate.

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