"Putting off an easy task makes it hard. Putting off a hard task makes it impossible." - George Claude Lorimer
Everyone procrastinates. We put things off because we do not want to do them or because we have too many other things to take care of. Sometimes, it just seems too hard to get into it! Other times, we tell ourselves some spave will help or bring perspective or renewed energy. Putting things off, big or small, is part of being human. But when your procrastination leaves you feeling discouraged and overburdened, and its effects start taking a toll on your life, whether in the work place or at home, or in your relationships, it is time to take action.
Are you a hopeless procrastinator? There is always a way forward. However, there are no quick fixes. You are not going to wake up tomorrow and never procrastinate again. But you can wake up and do one or two simple things that will help you finish the task a little earlier or with less stress. Overcoming the drag of procrastination can set you free in ways you never even imagined. The benefits reach deep into your everyday life.