Find Your Own Antidote to Procrastination


Hello new world and all that you have brought to humanity. Personally, I find a lot of what you’ve pasted on to us quite challenging. Their rush to skip social events, their tendency to over-express themselves, their walks with chaff and more. Sometimes you just want to exist. I can’t help but think that waking up in the morning and watering the flowers is our most exciting job. If only all living beings could easily satisfy their basic needs, and we humans would only want to know ourselves and truly exist. However, when I look at the effects of 2022 on us, I see that we are not returning to ourselves, we are missing our worries, and I wonder when we will learn the lesson, I must add that I have never left myself outside in this business.

The subject of this article is not the new situation introduced by this new order, its history is rooted in antiquity. ‘ in Englishprocrastinationcalled ‘ procrastination. Its etymological origin is the Latin verb ‘postpone‘- don’t do it until tomorrow It comes from the word. It is also a term derived from the Greek word akrasia, to act against that decision, even if we can make a better decision. delay, delay, delay we can also say. In particular, one of the translations in “Sesli Sözlük” explains this concept inside and out: Stop approach.

with a clear description procrastination habit; we don’t do most of the things that we need to do, delaying until the last minute, we usually leave them after the deadline. Some researchers have also given harsher and more brutal definitions:Procrastination is a violation of self-regulation, due to which a person does not do what he should, knowing that the consequences will be bad.It seems that someone is rather mechanized in this definition and is waiting to be fixed by bug logging.

It should not be forgotten that everyone puts off some business at certain periods of his life, there is no serious problem or illness here. Most of us are inclined. For, as La Farge, the thinker who most eloquently expressed that labor is slavery, argues in his book The Right to Laziness, some of our oppositions are ultimately a necessity of existence, albeit through procrastination, just as we can sometimes exist with our right to be lazy.

Laziness When I say this, let me not confuse him with the habit of procrastinating. These two have a different rhythm from each other. Take, for example, a sock box. Let summer, winter, more colorful and chaotic await your touch. You constantly put it off because doing this work requires a certain amount of attention and effort. This is why you might think that your cat is lazy. However, you only liveWe’ll see‘ status. You are not lazy and your time management is bad!

With a habit of procrastination, we skip the work that has been put off, interfering with other tasks. For example, the person in the example above might walk 5 miles every day, meet up with friends for long hours, clean the house while putting off fixing the sock box. In this case, he puts aside the work that needs to be done, finding and doing equivalent work. On the other hand, laziness is a coping mechanism that we create outside of work. A person does nothing, does not replace his duties with other tasks, in short, avoids everything. The whole rhythm of self-control of a lazy person is healthy. Sometimes he worked very hard and takes a break to rest, sometimes he takes a break to recuperate. In this way, his body will be able to recover again while being lazy. In laziness, which turned into a psychological problem, a person entered a state of doing nothing for a very long time, not a day, not a week. The experience of such a situation is now the subject of study by psychologists and psychiatrists.

The Biggest Root Cause Underlying the Procrastination Habitperfectionism‘Truck. Achieving the most perfect functionality, impeccable performance of tasks, or rather inflated expectations from oneself lead a person to procrastination. Although this may seem like a very perverse logic, the main reason is always a cruel relationship with oneself. If the result of his work either does not show excellent success, or his shortcomings are revealed, these conclusions are procrastination. Unfortunately, the word “good” is never enough for most of us.

As you can see laziness and procrastination The difference is very clear, albeit subtle. We see that a person who struggles with procrastination, poor planning, fear of decision making and perfectionism, instead of doing his job, goes after other tasks. In laziness, there is a person who copes with stress and fatigue as a result of the signals that his body sends him, and is perfectly healthy until it becomes chronic. So how do you deal with this procrastination habit?

What did we say? All roads lead to perfectionism. Then closing the door to disaster scenarios will be the most glorious step you can take to get rid of this nasty procrastination. Man must choose his own antidote. Whatever the outcome, he must somehow forgive himself. Big big deals, right? However, we must ask why, perhaps as a naive child. Why do I want to exist with the perfection of appearance? I was born flawed, what am I trying to prove that I’m perfect? Why does my presence hurt? Why do I hate myself so much? Here everything has changed a little. The real magic lies in these questions, although we are not ready to hear the answers, somewhere in the folds of our brain, our neurons are always at war with these questions.

By simply stopping and being able to identify their feelings, many people have taken steps they would never have taken, sometimes radically changing their entire lives and finding what they wanted. Ambition, the desire for success, the appearance of power – these are just masks. Nothing we create and do can be perfect until these masks fall off. We always live someone else’s life. We think our world is spinning with our excuses. However, the main drawback is the inability to accept oneself, to see the realities, to observe oneself from the outside.

A person who procrastinates eats himself from the inside. His thoughts are always occupied with the “thing” that he puts off. Most of the time he doesn’t even realize he’s procrastinating, he just squirms under the shadow of all his excuses. “Right Mood”, “Right Time” he stopped. If only he knew what you really want to do, right? Perhaps if he had given honest answers to the above questions, he would have radically abandoned what he had put aside and would consider becoming-thing-states, which is most real for will flow into places and things.

We want to experience the beauty of our return to ourselves one day…

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