Procrastinating During The Pandemic
|📌Category:||Coronavirus, Experience, Health, Life, Myself, Pandemic|
|📌Published:||18 March 2021|
Nevertheless, one of those mistakes that I was doing the first two weeks was I tended to procrastinate when I was doing your assignment because it was boring. So, I didn’t want to do it because I wanted to pay more attention to my social media instead of focusing on what I should care about, which is your class and my work. I heard a little voice in my head saying, “Yeah, good idea, but… no.” At that point, I started asking that voice some questions, to figure out what’s really making it unappealing to act. What type of methods did I use to beat procrastinating during this pandemic? Well, I started recognizing that our brains sometimes need help understanding the meaning of motivation, and how to overcome those obstacles that we’re struggling with takes time to see those noticeable improvements. In other words, there is no doubt that being energetic is contagious and therefore a short-term source of momentum. But if you lead by example all the time, your batteries will eventually run dry. Because of this, you are being unselfish with yourself because you don’t want to challenge yourself to a different level of becoming the best version of yourself. This is because we are being so tough with ourselves! The key to defeating procrastination is to find a balance between confidence in your abilities as a writer, but not confidence to the point where failure is not an option. Being smart is no longer about finding work easy. It is now about the ability to overcome new challenges as life goes on.