The hardest step - Aria Gupta
We all must have this habit called procrastination at some point in our lives. What is procrastination? Procrastination is when you delay work until the last minute, and then you panic because you don’t have more time now than before to finish it.
This habit will be in all of us at some point. Maybe you don’t have it now, but you will have it afterwards. Unfortunately, making sure you never procrastinate is only delaying the inevitable. But if we have faced procrastination before, we can ensure it never happens again. The more you procrastinate, the less responsible you are. But why do we develop this habit in the first place? We seem like ladybugs in front of a seemingly giant monster.
The reality is that the task is nothing but a small, cute puppy. Even if your task really is a big giant, then
break it into pieces of tasks that will last less than 2 minutes. For example - You get a task to practise yoga. Use a hammer called the brain to break this task into smaller parts, such as laying the mat, doing some quick warm-ups, holding this pose for 10 seconds, holding the next pose for 10 seconds, etc. I hope you understand what procrastination is, its effects and how to deal with it.