Tuesday, 16 April 2019

The Difference Between Time Management and Procrastination

Procrastination can be difficult to overcome if you don’t understand what it is.

Many people incorrectly think that procrastination is just a matter of bad time management. So they think that if they can master their time, it will eliminate procrastination.


If you try to get rid of procrastination through to-do lists, setting reminders and working out new schedules, it won’t help, because you still won’t feel like doing what you should be doing and you’ll keep looking for distractions.

Procrastination isn’t just about time management, it’s a state of mind. And it goes even deeper than that because it took a long time to evolve so there won’t be a quick fix.

Not only that, but procrastination is unforgiving and can take a huge toll on your life and can cause anxiety, depression or even just a deep feeling of feeling overwhelmed from never getting anything done.

The good news is that you can take back control of your life by conquering procrastination instead of always letting it conquer you.

And to help you, I wrote about this problem in my latest article, 6 Simple Steps to Overcoming Procrastination, which you can find at https://ruthiswriting.com/articles/2019/overcome-procrastination.html.

As they say at Nike, Just Do It.

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