However, if you do decide to actively procrastinate, be sure to avoid putting your co-workers under any unnecessary, unpleasant and unwanted pressure! The first step to overcoming procrastination is to recognize that you're doing it.
Making your bed will also reinforce the fact that little things in life matter. Answering this question can help you overcome procrastination. I know I have.
How to shift your mindset from procrastination to action: Start your day with the least desirable task first thing in the morning Focus on three goals in one day and unpack them into smaller tasks Reward yourself after each task so to feed the limbic part of your brain Embrace your fears, they no longer serve purpose Visualize the long-term effect and impact on you acting now!
For example, if you use highlighters while writing notes, you can decide to limit yourself to a small selection of colors, which will make it easier for you to choose from them each time you need to use one.
Rephrase your internal dialog. Make it harder for yourself to procrastinate The more difficult you make it for yourself to engage in procrastinatory behaviors, the better you will be able to prevent yourself from procrastinating.