It has something to do with how our daily responsibilities overwhelm us. In the midst of all the important things we know we need to do, we somehow convince ourselves that none of these things need to be done right now. In other words, we decide that some peace and relaxation in the short term is what’s most important. So we take another break, read another blog post, watch another TV show and just kick back and relax. And life is blissfully dandy… for a little while. But then suddenly the inevitable deadline has arrived. Ahhh! It’s panic time! for details
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Fear of Illusory Outcomes
The cases of procrastination are many, but the most common ones can be avoided. In this post we point them out in a no-holds-barred way so you can identify and then get past them. Let’s dig in.
When you first begin, you might be hesitating because you’re unsure of how exactly to start. Maybe outcomes aren’t even in the mix yet because you can’t see beyond the first step. This is probably the easiest cause to avoid.
You’re in it for The Wrong Reasons
No Entertainment Value
Lack of Physical Fitness