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Overcoming procrastination: how to stop being lazy

People tend to procrastinate when their minds are complicated. It is not easy to act if you have too many thoughts. In my case, I had a lot of expectations for what I was doing, and if the results fell short of that expectation, I often became lazy rather than continue working steadily. Rather than thinking about what was wrong with my actions, I was more greedy to get immediate results. Trying new things has become enjoyable with expectations. However, it was very annoying to have to do it over and over again. So, as a result of my efforts to correct this laziness, these methods were effective.

1. Utilize the checklist

Write down what you want to do every day and check whether you have completed it. Whether you complete it or not, just writing it down like this will make you realize how much time you are wasting. This led to self-reflection on wasted time and more willingness to overcome laziness. And if you write down your checklist every day, you will also find out how much work you can do in a day. As data accumulates day by day, you can spend the day efficiently.

2. Meditate

Meditating cured me of my lazy habits. I came to look back on my mind objectively. And when I put down my expectations for the results, I just gained the power to focus on what I do. I realized that I couldn't act because I was holding my mind to something that hadn't even happened yet. In the thinking that I had only today to live, I kept working.

3. Keeping a Diary

It is not easy to keep a steady diary every day. In my case, I sometimes gave up because I was annoyed in the middle. However, if you set the goal of writing steadily, you will start writing first. If you write a diary freely, you will self-reflect. As I wrote in my diary, I thought I should spend the next day more fruitfully.

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