The word procrastination comes from the Latin words pro (for) and cras (tomorrow) and literally means to leave something “for tomorrow.”

Psychological scientist Fuschia Sirois of Bishop’s University in Quebec reports that trait procrastination—that is, a tendency to delay important tasks despite the negative consequences—was significantly associated with having hypertension or cardiovascular disease (HT/CVD) even after controlling for the effects of age, race, educational level, and other personality factors.

Evidence suggests that putting off important tasks causes stress, and this additional stress contributes to negative psycho-physiological impacts on the body which increase our vulnerability for illness. Previous research has linked chronic procrastination to a range of stress-related health problems such as headaches, digestive issues, colds and flu’s, and insomnia.

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Working on your procrastination works if you want to clear your mind to be available to follow through when you say you will and even seek new horizons.

Anti-procrastination focus includes:

  • sourcing where your motivation comes from
  • checking and shifting what’s getting in your way
  • becoming clear about the benefits & repercussions 
  • Knowing how to find the right motivation for a specific task
  • Creating the next action steps to bust through your procrastination

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The benefits of busting through procrastination include

  1. Reduced negative self-talk
  2. Removing the guilt of continuously “not getting things done”
  3. Having the freedom to be able to set yourself a task and knowing how to achieve it
  4. Getting things done within your chosen schedule and supports you following your dreams
  5. Feel & know you are doing what you say you will
  6. Have the ability to complete long forgotten tasks
  7. Ultimately feeling happy and satisfied with our achievements

Everyone can benefit from busting procrastination in a work or personal capacity!

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Of course there are some benefits to using procrastination; if you need to think about something before submitting or completing it and you are managing your time frame, the time spent pondering may be useful and even productive. The magic here is in managing the time and avoiding unnecessary delays.