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Dealing With Procrastination

Procrastination is a problem that usually affects students, but it can be found in the working world, as well. For many students, getting an assignment that is due in two months is a great thing. They have two months to slowly work on the assignment, making necessary improvements all along the way. That is how it is supposed to be done. Other students plan to get to work on that assignment, but they never get around to it. Then, the due date rolls around and that student is left pulling an all-nighter so that he or she can barely make the deadline the next morning. Does that sound familiar? If it does, then you probably have a problem with procrastination.

Procrastination is not limited to the world of academia, though. In the work world, many jobs are lost because a worker did not get to the work in time. Deadlines are missed because a business plan wasn’t given enough consideration early on. Even worse than that, droves of workers sit at their desks and do nothing for hours, just killing time before the clock says that they can go home. These things cost businesses large amounts of money in lost productivity. What is at the root of all of this procrastination? Some might say that it is laziness, but it is really just a problem with mindset. People are so conditioned to putting off work that after a while, it becomes a habit.

It is difficult to stop this terrible habit. It takes a concerted effort a long time to truly change your ways. By doing that, you would be changing the way your mind processes work. In my time as a hypnotherapist, I have used hypnosis to deal with this problem. Like many of my colleagues, I can use hypnosis to stop people from smoking and keep them away from stress. I find that it is a reliable solution for a host of other issues, as well.