Procrastination is frustrating. Feeling stuck in a rut is not pleasant. A procrastinator is an expert in putting things off. In other words, delaying tasks by distracting themselves. Even worse when you procrastinate about going on holiday!
Procrastination affects most people at some time
Feeling this way is frustrating. Over time it leads to guilt, stress, and irritability. Emotional wellbeing is important to live life to the fullest. Subsequently, thoughts niggle in the mind. In addition, inner peace is compromised. Most importantly, time away from the busy side of life is necessary for work, life, balance. Everyone deserves a break now and again.
Long term procrastination leads to being stuck in a rut
Long term procrastination is the road to nowhere. In other words, it’s the same thing different day feeling. Guilt creeps in as the job list builds up. Dishes stack up in the sink. Bills remain unpaid. Health appointments not organized. Holiday or travel, erm, somehow that’s slipped through the net too! Most importantly emotional wellbeing is compromised.
When is procrastination an issue?
Constant procrastination leads to a build of stress or anxiety. Therefore, concentration suffers. A scattered mind is a disorganised one.
What are the symptoms of procrastination?
Common signs are:
- lack of taking action
Procrastinators are expert at distraction.
· Too much time on social media
· Binge watching box sets on Netflix
· Excessive shopping for a short term high
· Anything else that stops them moving forward
What does a procrastinator feel?
Procrastinators have an inability to prioritize effectively. In addition, time management may be an issue.
Overloading themselves with work is common. As a result, concentration levels are affected and they feel anxious and overwhelmed.
Procrastination and perfectionism is not a good mix either, because perfectionists worry constantly. Overthinking and fretting becomes a default setting. Self-generated pressure is also common.
Decision-making becomes challenging. Consequently, they
Getting help with Procrastination
There are many ways to get help. Therapies such as BWRT®, hypnotherapy and coaching are all effective. However, the desire to change has to be present.
Above all, don’t let procrastination prevent you from living a stress-free life. Do something about it today. In conclusion, life and time
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Is procrastination impacting your life in some way?