Procrastination: an endless rut of feeling like we can’t accomplish something. It’s by far one of the most frustrating and annoying feelings, not only for ourselves, but also for those around us it affects.
Remember when you were a kid and you couldn’t go outside to play because your sibling put off cleaning his or her room? What about now when you can’t leave the office because your co-worker waited until the last minute to do his or her part of a team project? Regardless of whether we like it or not, our actions affect others.
I’m here to help you end the cycle of procrastination. Even though it may sound counterproductive, sometimes the best way to stop procrastinating is actually to procrastinate just a little bit more, but in a way that promotes a move towards action. In other words, going for a short walk might seem like a waste of time (or another form of procrastination) but if it jumpstarts your mind, it’s a worthwhile 10 minutes to take before starting the task at hand.