Social media can be a great tool for keeping in touch with people, making new friends, and socializing effectively. Unfortunately not everyone uses it that way. For many, checking Facebook has become almost like a job.
Procrastinators waste too much time, but to get over this bad tendency, you need to know why you procrastinate. Dr. Joseph Ferrari of DePaul University has categorised a few basic types of time-wasters, and has solutions for them too.
There are as many reasons for procrastination as there are people, and one of the main reasons is that the task at hand seems too overwhelming or difficult. If we could only get started! The truth is that if a task seems too big and overwhelming, you just don't know where to start.
When we start practicing this with simple things -- everyday things that aren't emotionally charged -- we make it easier to do when we need help with big things, or when we need to be vulnerable about big things. Asking other people for help isn't be...
Barb Jemmott's insight:
Overwhelm & Procrastination: Two sides of the same coin?
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