Procrastination, are you guilty of this?
Are you are you guilty of procrastinationgive your procrastination
We have I found ourselves thinking of something we have to do and putting it off by doing other jobs, going on our phone, watching TV anything other than doing the job that we need to do.

You are not alone in this plenty of us avoid doing jobs that need to be done. Leonardo da Vinci took 16 years to complete the Mona Lisa.

Some people like to procrastinate so they are under pressure to get the job done. Some people just give themselves far too much to do.

If you find you are not getting your jobs done and your procrastinating too much possibly you have too many jobs on your list. So let’s us have a look at ways to stop procrastinating.

1: get rid of distractions, email, text and music.

2: Work out if you’re a morning person or a night person, if you’re a morning person set the tasks you least like to do when you get up, this freeze you up for the rest of the day.

3: clear everything away that you don’t need for the job, a tidy desk is a tidy mind.

4: make sure you’re clear about what you need to do procrastination can happen when you’re not sure what you really need to do.

5: Break down the work into smaller steps so it’s much more achievable and it’s not as daunting.

6: depending how big the job is take little breaks, for example use an egg timer work for 20 minutes, give yourself a five minute break, work for another 20 minutes, etc.

7: accept support from other people if needed, not only with a job get done quicker it’s often nicer to work with somebody else.

Celebrate your achievement, it always feels good when the job gets done that you have been putting off.