3 Ways To Cure Procrastination – Forbes


Have you ever found yourself in that unhelpful, yet familiar state called "procrastination?" It's been estimated that as many as 20% of people struggle with chronic procrastination. I've observed some people admit that procrastination has taken a toll on their health, due to postponing healthier eating choices, not making time to exercise and, perhaps worst of all, adding stress with so many unneeded last-minute deadlines. But I believe using spare time to focus on important duties will let you make a big dent in what needs to be finished, and you'll be constantly moving closer to a complete project.

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