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Kick the Procrastination Habit

by Maria Gracia Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Organizing Article is available. "I’ll get to it--when I get a chance." You know what that means, don’t you? You’ll never get to it! Here are 8 simple ways to kick the procrastination habit and start getting things done. 1. Break it down: Seem overwhelming? Don’t look at everything as one big project. Break goals, projects or tasks down into small parts. Assign a specific deadline (date and time) to each part. 2. Write it down: Make it official by recording on paper, what needs to be done. When it's written down, it's more concrete, and there's a greater chance you'll start and complete it. 3. Tell someone: Tell a friend, associate or loved one what your plans are. Discuss decisions that need to be made with others. Ask a friend or associate for some ongoing motivation. Sometimes an outside perspective may be all you need to get started. 4. Schedule: Establish a regular time each day to work on your goal, project or task. 5. Use proper tools: Organize your environment, complete with the tools you need, so it is conducive to working. 6. Post reminders: Keep your goals in front of you. Post reminders of your goals and deadlines where you can constantly see them. 7. I’ll only do this, IF I complete… Make something you normally do and enjoy contingent upon doing the avoided task. For example: "I will not watch my favorite television program until I complete Part A of my project." -- By the way, no fair cheating!! 8. Set rewards: Set rewards for your ultimate goals and mini-goals. You’ll constantly have something enjoyable to look forward to. Back to Organizing Articles Index
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by Maria Gracia Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Organizing Article is available. "I’ll get to it--when I get a chance." You know what that means, don’t you? You’ll never get to it! Here are 8 simple ways to kick the procrastination habit and start getting things done. 1. Break it down: Seem overwhelming? Don’t look at everything as one big project. Break goals, projects or tasks down into small parts. Assign a specific deadline (date and time) to each part. 2. Write it down: Make it official by recording on paper, what needs to be done. When it's written down, it's more concrete, and there's a greater chance you'll start and complete it. 3. Tell someone: Tell a friend, associate or loved one what your plans are. Discuss decisions that need to be made with others. Ask a friend or associate for some ongoing motivation. Sometimes an outside perspective may be all you need to get started. 4. Schedule: Establish a regular time each day to work on your goal, project or task. 5. Use proper tools: Organize your environment, complete with the tools you need, so it is conducive to working. 6. Post reminders: Keep your goals in front of you. Post reminders of your goals and deadlines where you can constantly see them. 7. I’ll only do this, IF I complete…Make something you normally do and enjoy contingent upon doing the avoided task. For example: "I will not watch my favorite television program until I complete Part A of my project." -- By the way, no fair cheating!! 8. Set rewards: Set rewards for your ultimate goals and mini-goals. You’ll constantly have something enjoyable to look forward to. Back to Organizing Articles Index
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