10 Easy Ways To Stop Procrastinating
by Peter Murphy

The key to learning how to stop procrastinating is to shift
your focus toward concentrating on results. Many people
work frantically each day and accomplish very little.

It is counterproductive to concentrate on so many tasks
that you cannot accomplish them and may cost you time and
energy with no results. Many people seem to spend a lot of
time and energy only to achieve very few results.

You can learn how to stop procrastinating and achieve
success in all you do if you learn the appropriate time
management and organizational skills.

Here are 10 keys to beating procrastination:

1. Working efficiently requires much less energy than
tackling several tasks at once and never completing any of
them.

You can more effectively manage your time if you make a
list each day of every task you need to complete in order
of importance.

Finish each task before starting on the next.

Organizational and time management skills will reduce your
level of stress and increase your productivity.

2. Problems and demands can seem overwhelming at times and
leave you feeling overburdened and out of control. The
proper time management tools, including a to do list, will
help you keep your priorities in order and give you a plan
to follow each day.

3. If your tasks seem large, break them into individual
components until they seem more manageable. With a precise
plan you can eliminate most of the problems you face during
the day and gain a feeling of pride and accomplishment when
you see a noticeable difference in your productivity level.

4. Procrastination tends to leave you with a feeling of
frustration and a sense of never finishing anything no
matter how hard you work.

To find success both at work and at home, you must organize
your daily tasks and your life. Time management skills are
among the most important you'll ever learn. Learning to
prioritize and do the right things at the right time will
help you reach your goals on a daily basis.

5. Being effective means doing the right things in a timely
manner. Your effectiveness depends on learning how to stop
procrastinating.

You can delegate tasks to others to free up your time to do
the urgent tasks to meet your objectives in order to be
more productive. Being inefficient and frustrated equates
to poor performance.

6. You can lower your stress level and achieve your tasks
each if you practice using your time wisely and learn how
to stop procrastinating.

You can learn how to stop procrastinating if you use
effective time management skills. You can get good results
if you use your time wisely.

7. Determine your priorities, set achievable goals, and
plan wisely to enable you to make the best use of your time.

Learn your strengths and your weaknesses, and you can
develop a plan so you can be more productive in both your
personal and professional life.

It is important to enjoy what you do to enhance the quality
of your life. Most jobs have duties that are monotonous
and that you dislike.

8. Learning how to stop procrastinating will allow you to
lessen the time spent on performing tasks that you dislike.

Allow more time for the things you like to do to alleviate
your frustration, and you will be on your way toward ending
procrastination.

9. Identifying your strengths and weaknesses can help you
can direct your job toward an efficient, if not enjoyable,
direction.

You can learn how to stop procrastinating and make
effective use of your time if you manage your time wisely.

10. Concentrate on the important elements of your tasks and
stop working frantically with no accomplishments. Finishing
your essential tasks as they arise can prevent a tremendous
loss of time.

Peter Murphy is a peak performance expert. He recently
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