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How to stop procrastinating
How I did it: I can't say that I'm a completely recovered procrastinator. But I'm taking the right steps to take back my time and energy and put it into the direction I want, and need, it to go.
Putting off things feels good now, but at the cost of guilt and fear. You feel guilty for not doing this, not doing that. You fear what may happen if you don't get it done. Before long, you've wasted your time doing who-knows-what (not what you're supposed to have gotten done of course) and nothing has been done.
Lessons & tips: Keep a journal just for lists. Anything you don't get done on day 1, and it still needs to be done, rewrite it onto Day 2's agenda.
Tell people around you you need to get something done so that you're publicly holding yourself accountable to get it done (eventually).
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