Neil Rosenthal: Get your procrastination under control – Longmont Times-Call


Perhaps it simply doesn't feel pleasant, or it's boring, or we fear we won't do well, so we turn to things that feel more pleasant, more fun or easier. But for some people, it happens most of the time, and it compromises their ability to function well, to make the most of their lives, and it severely undercuts their self-image, self-worth and self-esteem. Third, "I'm not in the mood" is a common reason people use to rationalize procrastinating a task that needs to get done, but this can easily become an excuse for you to never do the task, because you indeed may never feel like it.

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