procrastinating


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Psychology Today says that procrastinating is often done to temporarily reduce a persons anxiety about a task or alleviate boredom or negative feelings toward the work at hand.
Simply writing out every detail and thoroughly preparing in advance will help you to stop procrastinating.
The key to controlling the destructive habit is to recognise when you start procrastinating and understand why it happens.
Every one of us would be richer, happier, healthier and more successful if we would stop procrastinating on the simple tasks that get us to our goals.
June 28, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese government accused the hybrid peacekeeping mission known as (UNAMID) of procrastinating the demobilization of the former combatants from the government side.
Here's what you do: pick a task you've been procrastinating on, clear aside everything else, and do that task for 5-10 minutes.
As a freelance writer who works from home, I spend a lot of time procrastinating (if I have ever met you, even in passing, I have Facebooked/Googled you, just FYI).
The study also revealed that 70 per cent of those surveyed felt more pushed for time than they did three years ago, meaning the need to stop procrastinating by scrolling through Facebook is greater than ever.
And, Sheldon, Howard, Raj and Leonard decide that they need to invent something great but the four friends end up procrastinating and doing nothing.
Manama: May 15 -- (BNA)-- His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister presided today over an expanded work meeting, allocated by HRH the Prime Minister for review of ongoing cooperation between Government and Parliament in which HRH the Prime accentuated the Government's keenness and firm determination on pushing forwards cooperation with the legislative authority (both chambers) and also asserting the need for this fruitful cooperation to perpetually continue without backing down from this cooperation or procrastinating with any shortcoming in any manner as to adversely affect its sturdy nature and that there is no place for non-cooperation.
Perry realised when he was procrastinating that he actually wasn't being lazy and often he was doing things that needed to be done.
More than a third of survey respondents (36%) also admit to procrastinating at work.