Back when I was in university, I had a really bad habit of procrastinating and leaving things to the last minute — doing course readings, working on assignments, studying for exams, you name it! I regularly pulled all-nighters to study, and I literally wrote 10-page papers the day before they were due. (I figured out that I needed one full day to pull off a 10-page paper!)
I was a chronic procrastinator!
Although I made it through my student days fine, when I started working, I realized that procrastinating was actually causing me a lot of stress. And so I made the decision to break my bad habit of procrastinating, which wasn’t easy after a lifetime of putting things off to the last minute.
It took a lot of practice and self-discipline to flip my behavior, but I’ve managed to overcome my habit of procrastinating. (Mostly, that is — nobody’s perfect!)
In this video, I share the two things that helped me to stop procrastinating. If you have this issue and want to interrupt it, this video is for you!
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