List the costs of procrastinating

  • Since procrastination is very much an emotional reaction to what you feel you have to do, activating the rational part of your brain to identify the costs is a great strategy to get unstuck
  • Make a list of the tasks you are procrastinated on, and then “ext to each of these tasks or goals, note how your procrastination has affected you in terms of things such as your happiness, stress, health, finances, relationships, and so on.”

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