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It is terrific to learn to defeat procrastination by selecting the most important thing and doing that thing. Despite warnings to the contrary, every day, people put off until tomorrow things they should and could do today. This phenomenon is called procrastination. There are as many reasons for procrastination as there are procrastinators. Procrastination is the enemy of progress and the friend of failure. If there is something you want to get done, no matter what it is, stop procrastinating. One way to do that is to pick the most important task at the start of each day.
Once you identify the one thing that will make you feel successful at the end of the day, take the steps necessary to get that one thing done. As you are working, don’t worry about the rest of the list. Don’t have a pity party about the things you are not getting done, look only at the one most important thing you must do that day in order to feel better at the end of the day. Is there laundry all over the house and you have to do it before social services comes and takes the kids away? If so, do the laundry, scrape together leftovers for dinner and get the laundry done. Do you have a sponsored post that you must write or risk losing a great contact forever? If so, sit down and write that post, your readers can hear all about your great adventures doing something else later . Is there a proposal for a client you have been dreading and the deadline is fast approaching? Sit down, gut it out and get it done, you will feel better when the job is finished.
In conclusion, is terrific to learn to defeat procrastination by selecting the most important thing and doing that thing. So the question for you this terrific day is, what is the most important thing you need to take care of today?
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