Procrastination is a delay in starting or completing a task, typically caused by a lack of motivation, perfectionism, or time.
Procrastination can lead to feelings of stress and guilt, decreased productivity and anxiety.
While procrastination may seem like an easy way out, it usually leads to more stress in the long run. There are a few ways to overcome procrastination and work more efficiently.
If you find yourself constantly putting things off, try changing your habits or environment.
In the business world, time is money. This is especially true for entrepreneurs, who often have to wear many hats and juggle many tasks at once. Procrastination can thus be very costly, as it leads to wasted time and missed opportunities.
One of the main dangers of procrastination is that it can breed fear.
Fear of failure or fear of not being good enough can keep entrepreneurs from taking action and moving forward. As a result, they may end up stuck in a rut, spinning their wheels without making any real progress.
Procrastination can also lead to stress and anxiety. This is especially true when entrepreneurs are trying to meet tight deadlines or feel like they are falling behind. The pressure to succeed can be overwhelming, and it can be tempting to put off work to avoid stress.
Join us on March 15th at 17:30pm for the first of our series of entrepreneurship workshop: Procrastination for Entrepreneurs & Self-Employed.