Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Beat Procrastination More Easily by Treating It Like an Involuntary Bad Habit

Beat Procrastination More Easily by Treating It Like an Involuntary Bad Habit: "We see procrastination as a choice we make when we want to do (basically) nothing instead of what we need to do. In reality, according to Dr. Pychyl, procrastination is just our involuntary behavior and we're choosing not to override it. While making the choice to not procrastinate is easier said than done, looking at it this way turns it more into a bad habit than a poor choice—and we have plenty of ways to break those."