Create a sense of safety for yourself


  1. ** Identify events that trigger procrastination.**
    Recall the times when you procrastinated. What events triggered you to do it? Answering this question will help you become more aware of why you procrastinate and, as a result, find ways to address them.
  2. ** Record the amount of time spent on priority projects.**
    This will help you gain greater control over where your time goes and make the necessary adjustments to be more efficient and productive.
  3. ** Keep a procrastination log.**
    It is easier for you to address procrastination when you're more aware of it. To do so, keep a procrastination log where you can record basic information such as the time and day you usually procrastinate, the reason behind it, and how you procrastinated (for example, by binge-watching movies).
  4. ** Be aware of your inner dialogue.**
    Pay attention to how you talk to yourself whenever you procrastinate. Are those dialogues helpful or hinder you from achieving your goal? If it's the latter, learn to replace those talks with positive, more helpful ones.


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