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Table of Contents for the End Procrastination PLR Ebook:

Procrastination Isn’t Always Bad … But It Can Be…………………. 3

Why Do We Procrastinate? What Procrastination Tells Us about Our Choices…………………………………………………………………. 5

Your Choices Tell You a Lot about Your Values…………………………….. 6

Overcoming Perfectionism Is Crucial to Stop Procrastinating 8

Since Chaos Is King, the Perfectionist Is Never Happy…………………. 9

7 Steps for Taking Action Instead of Putting Things Off…….. 11

1 – Discover (and Embrace) Your Values……………………………………… 11

2 – Write Stuff Down………………………………………………………………………… 12

3 – Ask Yourself What Happens “If”………………………………………………. 12

4 – Create a Procrastination-Killing Support Network………………. 13

5 – Practice the 2-Minute Rule……………………………………………………….. 14

6 – Speaking of Habits……………………………………………………………………… 15

7 – Believe in What You Do……………………………………………………………… 16

Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………… 17

 

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Procrastination Isn’t Always Bad … But It Can Be

Putting things off until later is sometimes needed. As long as the responsibilities you are sliding to a back burner can be done later without negative side-effects, this can help you handle tasks that pop up out of nowhere. You can take advantage when opportunity comes knocking, and you can respond accordingly when priorities shift.

This isn’t to say that you should procrastinate all the time. If you take the time to look at a decision or set of choices objectively and you are honest with yourself, you know when something can be put off until later and when you should handle a responsibility right now.

For example, let’s say that you earmarked today for doing your grocery shopping, doing laundry and organizing your garage. Before you get started on this to-do list, a friend calls. She and her family are hosting an impromptu cookout because the weather is unseasonably beautiful, and you and yours are invited. Choosing the feel-good rewards of spending time with people you care about and watching your family enjoy the same experience is not necessarily the bad choice here.

Do you have plenty of food at home? If so, shopping for groceries can wait a day or two. The same is true with your laundry unless you have pretty much nothing clean to wear. Skipping the organization of your garage is something you would probably want to do anyway, and if your garage is not in such a state that it is unsafe or unclean, you can tackle that task tomorrow as well, with no negative consequences.

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Topic: Is Your Procrastination Trying to Tell You Something?

Email #1 – Welcome

Email #2 – Common thoughts of procrastinators

Email #3 – Using procrastination to your advantage

Email #4 – How to tell if you have a procrastination problem

Email #5 – How to beat your procrastination

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Is Procrastination a Form of Anxiety?

Most of us have been in a situation where we have avoided certain tasks or put them off until another time. While this is considered a very normal habit for many people, it’s important that we understand it and try to improve ourselves, particularly if it is negatively affecting your life. Here we will try to understand whether procrastination is a form of anxiety, and what you can do to help yourself.

Understanding procrastination

Procrastination can occur for several reasons, including perfectionism, a lack of energy or a lack of motivation. Procrastination also occurs when tasks may be prioritized in order of importance or urgency. There are very few people who have not procrastinated at some point or multiple points.

Understanding anxiety

Anxiety is a common problem facing many people from different backgrounds and contexts. While many people with little experience of anxiety are inclined to believe it is the state of being scared or worried about something, it is actually a broader issue. Anxiety can occur because of a chemical imbalance, or you may experience it for prolonged periods of your life without actually realizing why.

Procrastination and anxiety – is there a link?

With some basic knowledge about these two issues, it’s easier to start thinking about them as interlinked. Procrastination can be linked by anxiety in many cases, but procrastination is not always a form of anxiety. For example, somebody with anxiety may be more fearful about under-achieving, therefore increasing the likelihood that they are or will develop into a perfectionist.

In certain circumstances, procrastination is done for organizational purposes, such as when tasks are prioritized in terms of importance and urgency. In these situations, it is very unlikely that the person procrastinating is doing so because of anxiety, although it doesn’t mean that it is impossible for the individual to be suffering anxiety separately.

Anxiety comes into the picture more prominently when a person procrastinates due to fear of failure or fear that they are not capable. There may also be anxiety around raising issues with a senior manager, family member or friend, which can lead to further procrastination if there are clarifications needed but a fear of asking.

What can be done about it?

If you or somebody you know is procrastinating due to anxiety, there are several things which can help. An initial appointment with your doctor can reveal tailored methods of self-help or external help, while encouraging yourself to practise the skills which make you anxious can prove to be an effective and productive way to improve.

 

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  3. 7 Benefits of Practicing Gratitude Every Day – 470 words
  4. 7 Ways to Practice Gratitude in Your Daily Life – 476 words
  5. How to Get Started with Mindfulness Meditation – 404 words
  6. How to Start Being Responsible for Your Own Happiness – 535 words

 

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Is Procrastination a Form of Anxiety?

Most of us have been in a situation where we have avoided certain tasks or put them off until another time. While this is considered a very normal habit for many people, it’s important that we understand it and try to improve ourselves, particularly if it is negatively affecting your life. Here we will try to understand whether procrastination is a form of anxiety, and what you can do to help yourself.

Understanding procrastination

Procrastination can occur for several reasons, including perfectionism, a lack of energy or a lack of motivation. Procrastination also occurs when tasks may be prioritized in order of importance or urgency. There are very few people who have not procrastinated at some point or multiple points.

Understanding anxiety

Anxiety is a common problem facing many people from different backgrounds and contexts. While many people with little experience of anxiety are inclined to believe it is the state of being scared or worried about something, it is actually a broader issue. Anxiety can occur because of a chemical imbalance, or you may experience it for prolonged periods of your life without actually realizing why.

Procrastination and anxiety – is there a link?

With some basic knowledge about these two issues, it’s easier to start thinking about them as interlinked. Procrastination can be linked by anxiety in many cases, but procrastination is not always a form of anxiety. For example, somebody with anxiety may be more fearful about under-achieving, therefore increasing the likelihood that they are or will develop into a perfectionist.

In certain circumstances, procrastination is done for organizational purposes, such as when tasks are prioritized in terms of importance and urgency. In these situations, it is very unlikely that the person procrastinating is doing so because of anxiety, although it doesn’t mean that it is impossible for the individual to be suffering anxiety separately.

Anxiety comes into the picture more prominently when a person procrastinates due to fear of failure or fear that they are not capable. There may also be anxiety around raising issues with a senior manager, family member or friend, which can lead to further procrastination if there are clarifications needed but a fear of asking.

What can be done about it?

If you or somebody you know is procrastinating due to anxiety, there are several things which can help. An initial appointment with your doctor can reveal tailored methods of self-help or external help, while encouraging yourself to practise the skills which make you anxious can prove to be an effective and productive way to improve.

 

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How to Feel Awesome All Day Long – 525 Words

How to Make a More Positive Impact on Your Own Life – 509 Words

How Volunteering Can Make You Happier – 492 Words

Laugh More – 532 Words

Life is a Song – 511 Words

The Art and Style of Self Confidence – 512 Words

The Art of Positive Goal Setting – 517 Words

The Power of Imagination and How to Kickstart Yours – 520 Words

Ways to Make Affirmations Work for You – 506 Words

Courage is the Willingness to Try Again – 500 Words

Face Your Weaknesses to Find Your Strength – 501 Words

Greatness Starts with Believing in Yourself – 518 Words

How Men and Women Love Differently – 511 Words

How to be a Great Friend – 506 Words

How to Create Your Own Happiness – 499 Words

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How Men and Women Love Differently

We are all familiar with well-known books that state that both men and women are from completely different planets. However, to put it more simply, men and women love differently. There are certain differences but also some similarities between how men and women love.

Communication

Men may communicate more simply than women do. Women can call up a girlfriend and talk about an issue for hours only to rehash it again the following weekend. Men may prefer to say a few words and then they are good to go.

Men may also be more task oriented. Communicating as if they are going from point A straight to Point B is where it is at for men for the most part.

Feelings

There may be a huge misconception on men and their feelings. Men have feelings too, but many times men are taught as young boys not to cry or to suppress those feelings. However, it is important to note that men most certainly do have feelings and that does not make them any less masculine. In fact, it makes them more so.

It is important to remember when communicating that men have feelings too, but they may not show them as easily as women do.

Goals and Multi-Tasking

Back in the day men had to focus on one thing and one thing only and that was to kill and capture food for the family. Women, as far back as we can remember, were able to cook the food, tend to the children, and care for the elderly.

Women may simply be better at multi-tasking than men because of their genetic makeup. So, when expecting a man to do multiple tasks, don’t be disappointed if it doesn’t get done the way a woman would get the tasks done.

Men may be able to focus more and sometimes may forget to do other things because of his intense focusing abilities. Women may simply be more geared to doing many things at once.

Showing Affection

Again, it is possible that men show affection differently than women. Women may be more giving and nurturing whereas a man may show affect on occasion and not as intense as a woman.

This may go back to men being raised not to show affection as young boys.

These are just some of the ways that men and women differ in showing love. Of course, there is always compromise on both sides.

For men the possibility exists that being in love may mean a lifelong commitment and that may provoke fear and emotions that he is not ready for something so powerful. Perhaps, a man in love still needs to feel some sense of control over his life, maybe not.

For women, being in love is more of a positive feeling in the early in love stages. Bliss and happiness are present before fear.

Sometimes simply understanding the differences and respecting them, not taking it personal and trying to come to a middle ground is what works for both parties in a relationship.

 

Maintaining Balance In Pursuit of Happiness PLR Report – 7121 words

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It’s not always easy to maintain balance in the pursuit of happiness, regardless of how hard you try. Sometimes, life gets seemingly more hectic in what seems like a second. What do you do then? First, take a deep breath and try to relax. Next, try to remember some of what you’ve read in this report. Depending on your personal and professional goals, it may not be as hard to “have it all” as you might think.

Obviously, everyone’s goals are different. Think of how boring life would be, it that wasn’t the case? Never allow anyone to talk you out of what you want in life, unless, it happens to border on the illegal.

All kidding aside, your goals help to make up the person you are. Should you lose sight of them, for whatever reason, you’re losing a tiny part of yourself as well. If that happens, it becomes more difficult achieve balance and enjoy the important things in life.

Typically, when it comes to happiness, everyone’s definition is different. This is partly because no two people are exactly alike. Think about it. What makes one individual happy might only have a slight effect on another.

The First Scientist

Aristotle was a Greek scientist and philosopher in the 4th century B.C. At the age of thirteen, he traveled to Athens so he could continue his education at the academy founded by Plato. He studied at the academy for over twenty years, before leaving to continue his research. For a time, he even tutored Alexander the Great.

He was well known in his time for his writings on many subjects including biology, politics, logic, poetry, and physics. Many of his works are still studied to this day and many of his ideas concerning ethics and psychology are still applicable as well.

To Aristotle, maintaining balance was a key component in the pursuit of happiness. He believed that a strong moral character was one of the most important factors in living a happy life. And, while he recognized that maintaining moral character can be difficult, the effort is rewarded with a happy, fulfilled life.

 

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Is Your Procrastination Trying to Tell You Something? – 2131 Words

Email #1 – Welcome

Email #2 – Common thoughts of procrastinators

Email #3 – Using procrastination to your advantage

Email #4 – How to tell if you have a procrastination problem

Email #5 – How to beat your procrastination

 

Procrastination PLR Articles:

How to Overcome Laziness and a Lack of Motivation – 442 words

Is Procrastination a Form of Anxiety? – 423 words

Is Procrastination the Same Thing as Laziness? – 396 words

What are the Main Causes of Procrastination? – 392 words

Why Do Perfectionists Procrastinate? – 400 words

 

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How to Feel Awesome All Day Long – 525 Words

How to Make a More Positive Impact on Your Own Life – 509 Words

How Volunteering Can Make You Happier – 492 Words

Laugh More – 532 Words

Life is a Song – 511 Words

The Art and Style of Self Confidence – 512 Words

The Art of Positive Goal Setting – 517 Words

The Power of Imagination and How to Kickstart Yours – 520 Words

Ways to Make Affirmations Work for You – 506 Words

Courage is the Willingness to Try Again – 500 Words

Face Your Weaknesses to Find Your Strength – 501 Words

Greatness Starts with Believing in Yourself – 518 Words

How Men and Women Love Differently – 511 Words

How to be a Great Friend – 506 Words

How to Create Your Own Happiness – 499 Words

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Maintaining Balance In Pursuit of Happiness PLR Report – 7121 words

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