Are you always feeling like time is just too short and everything you do is like rushed?
Then you are most likely procrastinating. For most of us, procrastination is subconscious. We do not choose to avoid a task intentionally; rather it just sorts of “happens.”
Why do we procrastinate?
If your brain tells you, “this will never happen” or “you will probably fail anyway” that is your ego talking and creating doubt. By creating doubt, your brain is prompted to release certain chemicals much like those when you experience pain. This makes you feel better and the memory of that pain (albeit imagined and minor) is smoothed over and pushed into short term memory where it can be promptly forgotten about. In contrast, when we are productive or successful our brains release altogether different chemicals that evoke happiness. It's the anticipation of these happiness chemicals that make us crave success and completion, the issue is that the pain of our own ego is getting in the way.
This book covers the following topics:
Information on procrastination and how to stop it
Insights on overthinking, mental toughness, and self discipline
Tips on how to boost productivity
Time management tips
Recommended strategies to deal with stress
And so much more!
Most people confuse procrastination with laziness, but they are quite different. Laziness is an inactive process while procrastination is an active process. Procrastination involves choosing to do something less important instead of the crucial project while laziness is inactivity, inability to act or unwillingness to take action. Most procrastinators lead a busy life. They are always engaged in easy and enjoyable tasks as opposed to seemingly tough jobs that are more important or rewarding.
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