Why do we procrastinate? It’s an argument in which one part of your brain wants to accomplish things while another doesn’t need to. Awareness of that is the first step. To stop procrastinating you must bring yourself to action right there and then – do any little action. The more you wait, the more muscle you give yourself to keep saying no. Find the sense of urgency right there and then, otherwise you’ll look back and regret not doing so.

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  • I read an article about different types of procrastinating. I also had to make a test and make an abstract of the article I read. As we got the test result it appeared I was a perfectionist. At first I didn’t believe I was. I was sceptic but I thought I might needed to think about it before excluding it as an possibilty. As I started to make the abstract I came to the group of people who procrastinate because of being a perfectionist. The abstract was only a small exercise but I made an abstract almost bigger than the article itself. As I read about the perfectionist it occured to me that I certainly was a perfectionist. This is something which became clear to me only a few weaks ago. This clearity I got changes my life.
    I know I want it to be perfect and have the perfect plan so I can get the greatest results.. It is certainly true that a great plan does benefit the results. But almost every plan is made, tried and rewritten. I needed to realise that was also for me. I need to just start. Readjust it and then I will get to where I want.
    Just do it… It’s the best advice one can give to someone. It really is.

    • Hi Wilem,

      I can totally relate to what your saying, I’m the same. It’s like the crystal staircase that Jaret talks about also.

      What is the article that you read? Sounds interesting, I’d like to have a read of it too 🙂

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