MIND JOURNAL, 5TH February 2024: ‘How To Overcome Procrastination’

Below is a short excerpt.

For some people, ‘active procrastination’ might mean you become diligent about getting lots of smaller tasks done while thinking about how to approach a larger one.

“If the task is something that requires a lot of thought or creativity or you need to find a new way of doing something, procrastinating can actually give you a little more time and breathing space to come up with new or innovative ideas, as well as time to get more information or data,” says McLean.

But, if procrastinating makes you feel stressed, it’s probably time to put solutions in place to help you overcome it.

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