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How to Overcome Procrastination Procrastination is


									Procrastination is one of the behavioral pattern which means avoiding or neglecting
doing certain things i.e. avoiding doing certain tasks. It is quite natural for all human
beings to procrastinate every now and then for certain tasks till a certain level. But the
problem occurs when ignoring or avoiding things is more or excessive or you start
doing it consciously. It is normally seen in students or growing children.
  Procrastination may lead into high anxiety level which in turn may affect their
performances in school colleges or their work places. There can be many reasons for
such behavior like.... lack of interest in certain tasks, lack of confidence; sometimes
there is inferiority complex among students which make them feel that they won’t be
able to do the task as they might not be suitable for that thing. Then another important
reason is lack of planning your actions. However it is absolutely important to triumph
over this behavior. So as to overcome procrastination one has to keep following things
in mind.....
  1. First of all one should have full confidence in himself or herself i.e. he or she
should believe in what he or she does. 2. One should manage your time according to
the task that means one should do proper planning before starting doing something so
that one would know that how much time is needed for certain work. 3. One should
work according to his or her capacity, normally don’t over exert yourself. This should
be kept in mind wile planning your task. 4. Motivation is another important factor in
overcoming procrastination. One who procrastinates normally should be motivated by
teacher, parents or elders may be by praising him or her on completion of their job. 5.
One should throw out feeling of jealousy and inferiority complex in order to
overcome procrastination. 6. One should always keep the light and friendly
environment around wherever he or she is working. One can do this by playing some
light music in background this would keep your mood in good spirits. This would also
motivate you to work longer and your interest may also arise for the boring task even
which you were not wanting to earlier, as you are happy. 7. Lastly, complete the tasks
in one go normally so that you are not diverted but plan it such a way that you
complete the task in small periods.
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