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Procrastination is one of the biggest challenges that a student will face during the course of a year. It is responsible for the need to purchase extensions, lots of last minute work and even poor grades. If you struggle with procrastination you are not alone. But don’t panic, because it can be beaten.
What is your procrastination style? Take a minute to stop and think about why you are avoiding that task that needs to be done. Having a better understanding of yourself and why you push tasks to the side will give you the knowledge to know how to react when you feel like procrastinating. Being aware of your procrastination habits gives the ability to.
If you find yourself procrastinating, here are some tips to help you get back on track.
When it comes to procrastination you need to have a moment of truth to see that the short term pain equals long term gain. Our initial response is to avoid the things that cause anxiety, without realizing that we will be far less stressed once the task is complete. Changing our mindset to look at the bigger picture is the key to beating procrastination.
We wish we could tell you how good it feels to come out on the other side of procrastination, but this is something you will only discover once you do it. The more you focus on the bigger picture the more you will be able to define how to beat your procrastination habits.