A primary reason people procrastinate is because it satisfies. Think about it…doing something that generates immediate gratification feels more pleasurable than doing something that is more important yet not as enjoyable. However, while procrastination promises ease, relaxation, and happiness, its promises are empty. Instead of ease, it delivers struggles. Instead of relaxation, it leads to sloth. Instead of happiness, it creates emptiness and depression.
How can you fight back against procrastination? Start with trying these 3 simple ideas on how to beat procrastination.