Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow? All of us have uttered that phrase to ourselves from time to time. For some of us, it’s become a mantra, part of how we live life.
In fact, about 20 percent of Americans label themselves as “chronic procrastinators.” But slouching toward a life of sloth has consequences. Failing to jump right on tasks can make you less successful, and more dissatisfied with life.
Fortunately, you can chase away that self-imposed laziness. Watch this video from WellCast and learn three simple steps that can help you beat procrastination.
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