We have dealt with waiting, ignoring, and procrastinating on things that matter to us for as long as humans have been alive. In our more productive times, we feel relaxed and fulfilled at moments when we momentarily find out how to avoid procrastinating. We feel relaxed and fulfilled at moments when we momentarily find out how to avoid procrastinating. Today, we will explore how to make more normal those occasional moments of productivity. This guide aims to break down the science behind the explanation of why we procrastinate, share the Science of Procrastination What about Procrastination? How Would We Procrastinate? The Action-Procrastination axis II.
How to stop procrastination now:
Okay, meanings are fantastic and they're all fantastic so why are we procrastinating? What happens in the brain that causes us to stop the things we know we ought to be doing? This is a perfect time to bring some research into our discussion.
Studies in behavioral psychology have uncovered a phenomenon called "time variability," which helps clarify why procrastination, given our good intentions, seems to draw us in. The easiest way to explain this is to believe you have two selves: your Present Self and your Future Self. When you set goals for yourself — such as weight loss or writing a book or learning a language — you actually make plans for your Future Self. You envisage what you want your future life to be like.
By: Sushmita Kumari Jha
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