7-Step Plan to Never Procrastinate Again

7-Step Plan  to Never  Procrastinate  Again

7-Step Plan  to Never  Procrastinate  Again


7. Momentum.

Starting something may take a large

portion of energy. But the energy required

to keep going is significantly less.

The sooner you start, the faster the

momentum builds, which pushes you into

the flow state.

Flow state- where the miracle happens.


6.Time is your most valuable

You need to prioritize how you spend it.

You have the power and responsibility to

decide what you do with the time you have,

so choose wisely.


5. Use The Pomodoro Method

Step 1: Pick a task. Remember you can only

focus on one thing

Step 2: Set your timer for 25 minutes.

Step 3:Work for the next 25 minutes shutting

off all the distractions.

Step 4: When you hear the timer go off, stop

working and put a checkmark.

Step 5: Take a short break, and make sureit

doesn't exceed 5 minutes!

Step 6: After you have 4 checkmarks, take a

more extended break of about 15 to 30 minutes.

Then restart the same process.


4. Having a long-term vision.

Don't settle for an ego boost right now when

you can delay gratification and experience

deeper fulfillment.

Visualize your ideal future.

Write SMART goals.

.Prioritize your goals.

Break your long-term goals into short-term


track your progress.

. Be flexible.

The SMART in SMART goals stands for

Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant,

and Time-Bound.


3. Prioritization.

Knowing what to do & when to do is crucial.

Use the below method to prioritize your



2. Advanced planning.

The idea is to work smart, not hard.

The 80/20 Rule states that spending 20% of

your time planning your work will yield 80% of

the results.

On top of that, planning ahead saves you

from taking momentary decisions.


1. Have clarity.

You need to have a clear understanding

of what you want.

People with clear, written goals accomplish

far more in a shorter period than people

without them could ever imagine.

Actionable steps:

.Define your goal.

Write it down

Chunk it into byte size steps


Set deadline


Stay Consistent


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