Sometimes it’s fun to procrastinate and sometimes it is necessary—as a way to put off a dreaded task until we feel more energetic, prepared, or able to do it.
However, chronic procrastinating hampers productivity and affects our state of mind by generating worry, fear, or added stress. Fortunately, there are a number of clear and easy ways that you can break this behavior.
As the psychotherapist and author Jude Bijou points out in today's lesson, accomplishing what you’re avoiding will simplify your work life. You’ll feel more energetic. You’ll sleep better at night. So make sure to relish the feeling of success.