This quick guide is not only funny, it’s designed to uncover your default procrastination style.
The bane of many careers (and probably a few marriages,) procrastination is a natural human function. There is no ONE cure-all because there’s no one reason for it.
If your procrastination is more lack of motivation than life-long patterns then maybe you need to read these two questions that will get you moving again.
Or maybe you’re just burnt out and need to figure out what to do about it. I’ve had to set myself on fire when I’d lost the spark more than once, and procrastination is one of the first symptoms of that dying fire.
If you want to start your own business and are putting it off because you’re overwhelmed by everything you need to do, I wrote a 52 Week Plan to Being Your Own Boss by 2016.
But if procrastination is an ongoing struggle, and your patterns now are pretty much the same as they were when you were in High School, then it’s time to make the most of your natural style instead of fighting a losing battle.
This handy dandy guide from ParcelHero may not address all of the nuances of your individual habits, but it’s a fun starting place to uncovering your patterns. Follow the flow chart to determine your “type” then refer to the tips for what you can do to get into a more productive flow on projects that matter most.
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