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101 Tips For Avoiding Procrastination

We delayed falling asleep because our mothers wouldn’t cradle us in
her arms. We’ve procrastinated in performing our duties at home, in
school, in the work place, and in our most fragile human relationships.
We shudder to think what the final tally of lost hours will be because
we procrastinated habitually.
Some of the tips we share here may be useful and some may be
irrelevant. Others will come in handy not necessarily today, but at a
later stage of our lives.
Procrastination is an expensive habit. We discovered that one of the
ways that will not make us procrastinate is to figure out the dollar
amount of something that was not done because of procrastination.
It all points to the generally accepted idea that time is money. This
alone can serve as a strong motivator not to procrastinate again. Or
at least to try not procrastinate!
Jack Canfield quoted Brian Tracy to drive home the message: “Life is
like a combination lock; your job is to find the right numbers, in the
right order, so you can have anything you want”.
We’d be lying if we told you that if you followed our 101 tips on how
not to procrastinate, you can have anything you want. It doesn’t work
that way.
These tips are ideas that have come from our heads and from other
people’s heads. And it’s up to you to apply them in every segment of
your daily routine. Avoiding procrastination is more effective when we