Procrastination is one of the worst habits that humans have become accustom to. We as humans procrastinate because some of us like a challenge, some of us just don’t want to do the work, and some of us just forget to do what we need to as a result of getting caught up in our social media world. Procrastination to me is where a person puts what is important at the time on hold for something that could be done later, but makes excuses to believe that it’s not important at the time. Procrastination is a never a good habit to become comfortable with. For example, when you where younger and your mom would tell you to take out the trash or wash the dishes, and you were watching your favorite show on TV; you would tell her okay. Then 25 minutes later you would hear her coming and she would say, “Did you do what I told you to?”, and it would be then that you would rush and do it and say, “Yes…” in your sneakiest voice. Procrastination has grown in our life since we have been little innocent kids. But today I will help guide you and help you grow out of that habit.
To do so first, you will need to organize what you need to do in the order of importance or when it is due. Get a note pad, calendar, or even use your phone and write down what you need to do. Doing so will help you stay focused. Staying focused is one if not the most important factor in not procrastinating. Staying focused will help you get what you need to get done quickly, before the time that it is due, give you time to look over it, and give you time to start on the next task that is on your list. As you are doing the tasks, just check them off your list as you go along. This will make you feel very confident of yourself, because you are achieved something. Feeling confident will give you the drive and the incentive to do more.
Secondly, you will need to find a person that you trust to be an accountability partner. This person will be the person that you talk to everyday. Their job...