10 Strategies to Help You Eliminate Your Procrastination Habit

10 Strategies to Help You Eliminate Your Procrastination Habit

Are you a chronic procrastinator? Do you often have thoughts like “Oh, it’ll be fine if I save this for tomorrow” or “That’s so far away, I don’t have to worry about it yet”?

If you find yourself procrastinating regularly, you’re probably stuck in a habit of procrastination. Eliminating your procrastination will mean eliminating your habit. But completely eliminating a habit is a difficult thing to do. Instead, it’s much easier to replace an existing habit with a new one. 

Of course, the best way to do this is to replace your procrastination habit with a “get things done!” habit. That way, everytime you would have gone to procrastinate, you now do something else instead – your work!

Here are a few different strategies you can use to replace the procrastination habit with a “get things done” habit and finally kick the stress, anxiety, and overwhelm. 

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This One Book Helped Me Beat Procrastination & Overcome Mental Resistance

This One Book Helped Me Beat Procrastination & Overcome Mental Resistance

I know that I am not alone when it comes to procrastination and mental resistance. In fact, these two things can be the most difficult obstacles you will ever have to overcome in your life. What I found really helped me was this one book which completely changed my outlook on everything. It is called …

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How to Avoid Procrastination: A Complete Guide

As a child, I was terrified of horror movies – as many children are.

Whenever I watched one, I would bundle up in my blanket in fear, and then stay up all night vigilantly keeping an eye out for any monsters hiding in the closet or lurking outside the window. 

But that all changed when I changed my approach to watching horror films. Instead of hiding from the screen, I started sitting forward. Instead of cowering, I would punch the air whenever I thought a monster was nearby. I would even yell out things like “Come and get me!” or “I could take you!” at the screen when I felt particularly frightened.

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