Everyone battles procrastination.
It’s a uniquely human trait. We’ll always put off today the task that can be done tomorrow.
If there’s a big enough incentive to act now, we’ll do so. For example, if you develop acute pancreatitis, you’ll probably (hopefully!) jump to action and head to the hospital. Your incentive is to end the pain and avoid permanent damage to your body.
But if the incentive isn’t big enough, we wait until it is.
A perfect example is cleaning the house. It’s not a life and death situation. No one is going to die if you neglect to …Read More