Procrastination is something that each one of us deals with in our daily life. We all have been there, and we all feel guilty about it. All of us procrastinate from time to time. Most of the times it’s the routine things which seem boring and doesn’t really hurt us in any way. Eventually, it becomes the part of our habit, and changing habits is not easy. For example, arranging documents, clean up your closet, bathroom, etc. However, things get worse when it comes to the bigger tasks that require more of our time, commitment, and energy. The fear of failing, getting emotionally hurt and what people say makes us delay the big tasks. As your list of tasks keeps getting bigger, it becomes even more daunting.
Most of us end up asking ourselves, how to self-motivate to get started and keep moving at a steady pace and complete the project within the stipulated time limit. The fear inside our mind keeps throwing end number of excuses. However, we need to understand these are merely excuses. You must overcome them if you really want to have some meaningful change in your life.