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For some people, procrastination is a way of life.  They wait until the very last second to do pretty much everything.  They're the last to arrive at a party or a meeting, and they are continually running around at the last minute trying to fit in "just one more thing" before heading out the door.  If this is you, perhaps it is time to get yourself in check.  It may be a simple matter of being more realistic about time in general.  Often, people who procrastinate have a distorted view of just how much time is available to them.  Here's a question to diagnose your procrastination issue:  Are you Wishy-Washy, Lazy Daisy or Super Woman?  In other words, are you putting it off because it isn't something you really want to do in the first place OR because you really think there will be enough time if you wait OR are you simply being lazy?  If you decide you are being lazy, now is the time to work on your discipline and make sure you know "why" you need to get it done.  If it's something you simply don't feel good about and that's why you're putting it off, then maybe you should consider whether or not you should be doing it in the first place.  And if you decide that you think you are "Super Woman" and can do ten hours of activity in five hours of time, then you need to do a reality check and consider managing your time so you are not continually rushing around.  Whatever your answer, you will easily get yourself back on track and on time, and best of all you'll feel better.  Now, that's Powerful!

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      Dana Cappelletti wrote Apr 4, 2010
    • If you take time to plan your day and prioritize what must be done and what should be done- you will be amazed at how much you can actually accomplish.  I use the ABC method.
      A- Must Be Done
      B- Should Be Done
      C- Needs to be done if possible.

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