What is procrastination? 

When procrastinating, you will experience trouble with persuading yourself to do the things you should do or would like to do. Instead of working on important, meaningful tasks, you find yourself performing trivial activities. With procrastination you will put things off intentionally or habitually.

Why it happens

How to deal with procrastination

From Deciding to Doing
7 ways to go from deciding to doing:
  1. Stop with waiting untill the conditions are perfect
  2. Stop, get up and do it
  3. Stop overthinking things
  4. Take continuous action
  5. Use your action to overcome fear
  6. Focus on the present
  7. Eliminate the distractions

The Action Habit


By forming a habit of actions, you will find yourself to procrastinate less and do more tasks.


The 5-Minute Rule

The 5-minute rule involves trying an activity for just five minutes. After doing the activity for five minutes you are free to either continue the activity or stop doing it.

By turning your task into a small manageable five-minute chunk, your brain no longer sees the task as a threat, and your body will not enter fight or flight mode. After you have tricked your brain into getting started, it usually kicks into gear. You will find that those five minutes turn into thirty minutes or even longer.

Parkinson's Law

Parkinson's Law is the proverb that work will expand to fill the time assigned for its completion.

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