Stop postponing thing and be responsible
Most of us chant and demonstrate well at it but when it comes to taking actions, we back of or delay doing the task. We need to stop postponing things and start doing what we claimed we do.
Delay in doing things reduces self-confident and we hate ourselves day by day. Finally, one day, we see we can’t even accept who we are.
The situation is the same for everyone, more or less.
There are many ways to stop postponing things so that in result you can love yourself but I try to talk about simpler ones.
Believe that when you love yourself, the world loves you too.
Strategies to stop postponing things
1- Before doing anything, prepare a list of your delayed tasks: these tasks can be small things like cleaning up your room (which can be a motivation to stop postponing things that are bigger as a habit) or bigger things like learning a new skill.
2- Prioritize the tasks on the list: you need to know which task is more important and which can be done some days later.
3- Now write the none-important tasks in one sheet and important ones in another. Again, make priorities and then write them on different sheets.
4- Divide the tasks into smaller parts: when the organization finishes and tasks have smaller parts, you can see they are not that scary that much to deserve your ignorance. this strategy is the best one to stop postponing things.
5- Now set your daily schedule: set time and define which task has to be done in which time. it’s time to take actions now. Proceed based on your daily schedule and do them on time.
6- Tick every task you have done on your sheet: make grades for each task based on its value and importance. Then score yourself every day based on what you have done. Then consider a prize for your scores. For example, every 100 scores, you can eat at your favorite restaurant. 2000 scores mean going on a trip.
This strategy helps you get your tasks done and stop postponing things in your life.
The more you do your daily tasks, the more you improve your self-confident.
Start now. Pick up a pen and paper. Don’t postpone doing it. tomorrow or one hour later is too late. Start right now.