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FOUR WAYS TO BEAT PROCRASTINATION… IN A MINUTE
FOUR WAYS TO BEAT PROCRASTINATION… IN A MINUTE

Yes, I am a horrible procrastinator. In fact, I’m surprised I’m getting this to you so quickly. But here you go…

  1. Set deadlines even when you don’t need to. Uh, no. I don’t set deadlines when I NEED to. But I do work best under pressure when there’s a gun to my head, and oh – I DO mean an actual gun to the head. Great motivator.
  2. Create accountability. Never cared for accountability. And I don’t want to be held accountable for what I just said.
  3. Break big projects down into manageable tasks. How about this – don’t take on big projects. Problem solved!
  4. Do a little bit each day. Finally some advice I can get behind. I do just that – a little bit.

Here’s to a short week. Enjoy.

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