Beat Procrastination MRR Ebook

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Table of Contents

Introduction ……. 4
Chapter 1: The Science Behind Procrastination .. 7
The Brain of a Procrastinator ….. 8
Why Do We Procrastinate? …… 10
The “Fight-or-Flight” Response ……. 14
Chapter 2: How Procrastination Can Destroy Your Life …. 17
The “Escape” Mechanism of The Brain …. 17
The 4 Reasons Procrastination Can Be Devastating To A Person‟s Life .. 18
1. It Causes Him To Mismanage His Time ……. 18
2. You Can Miss Certain Opportunities In Your Life……. 20
3. It Ruins Your Goals And Opportunities ……. 23
4. It Will Cause You To Have A Lower Self-Esteem . 25
Chapter 3: Manage Your Time, Manage Your Life ….. 28
3 Steps To Stopping Procrastination ……. 30
6 Signs Of A Chronic Procrastinator 31
Procrastination Killer Tips For Chronic Procrastinators 40
Chapter 4: How Highly Successful Individuals Overcome
Procrastination . 44
What Makes Them Exceptional? …… 45
1. Mike Vardy .. 46
2. Darren Rowse…… 47
3. Erik Fisher .. 49
4. Tony Stubblebine 51
Chapter 5: Good Vs. Bad Procrastination .. 54
Leveraging Procrastination – How Procrastination Can Help You Get
Things Done FAST …. 55
Bad Procrastination .. 62
Chapter 6: Don‟t Be Afraid to Say NO! ……. 66
Be Bold – Say „No‟ To Worthless Activities …… 69
The Death of a “YES-man” ……. 69
Be Honest To Yourself …… 71
Conclusion 73

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Chapter 1: The Science Behind Procrastination

People will always say how bad procrastination is before ever truly realizing why it happens. It is a natural approach which people rely on at the last minute. It is about how they will continually agree to take on another assignment before finishing the previous one. This is not about responsibility and whether the person can complete tasks or not. It is about wanting to take on a challenge and finish more assignments than the person next to them.

This is a common scenario especially in the workplace where employees will compete to keep their jobs. Sometimes, the only way to do this is to take on more assignments and finish them faster. Whether they were turned in at the last minute or not, they take on more assignments just to impress their managers. People question themselves whenever they push back an assignment another day or even another week. Sometimes, an assignment that is due the next day will continuously be pushed back because people keep switching their focus throughout the day.

The Brain of a Procrastinator

This happens because a battle between the limbic system and the prefrontal cortex occurs in the brain. The limbic system controls the amount of pleasure and relaxation that a person will naturally feel. The prefrontal cortex controls the amount of planning that the mind must go through. Simply put, when a person chooses to push back an assignment by either an hour or a day, the limbic system is taking over the prefrontal cortex. This situation often happens as people like going through the constant cycle of waiting until the last minute.

The reason the limbic system continues to be more in control and overpower the prefrontal cortex is because it is one of the older and more dominant parts of the brain. This system automatically runs through the process of strengthening itself more often than any other part of the brain. It is one of the first systems which develop inside the brain, responsible for keeping a person away from carrying out unpleasant actions.

For example, when a child looks at a flame, he might get curious and want to touch it. The limbic system tells his brain not to touch the flame because it will hurt him. This system does not focus on the damage that would be inflicted but the amount of pain that would be felt.

Compared to the limbic system, the prefrontal cortex is developed at a later stage. In science, this system is also known to be one of the weaker parts of the brain. The main feature of this part of the brain is that it runs through stimulus than an automatic process. People think that thoughts develop automatically in the prefrontal cortex, but it is quite the opposite. It sits right behind the forehead and has to be made to function for it to work. The moment a person sits down to work on an assignment and consumes time in continuing it, he is telling his brain to keep working on the task instead of lingering off.

This is a difficult thing to do especially when the limbic system continues to bribe the brain to relax right at that moment. Even though relaxing for a bit sounds good, the prefrontal cortex understands that the assignment must be completed by a certain time and if not, the person will go through a certain punishment that will make life less relaxed. The closer the due date of an assignment, the quicker these two parts of the brain will negotiate to understand which action should be taken.

Why Do We Procrastinate?

The truth is, the action which leads to more relaxation tends to win each time. The closer a person approaches a due date, the more he begins to panic since he feels that he cannot relax as much. The moment this is felt, it is easier to keep the prefrontal cortex engaged. It is easier to continue each assignment since it is understood that there will be more pain the longer the person waits. This is one of the few times where both sides of the brain win. The prefrontal cortex gets to complete the assignment while the limbic system feels less pain.

Another reason a person procrastinates is because he feels a certain rush the longer he waits for an assignment to be completed. He is able to take on the challenge of finishing everything at the very last minute and feels rewarded by doing so. It is all about the idea of cutting it close but still being victorious at the end. When a person waits until the last minute to finish an assignment, he sees a challenge and feels what he thinks is an adrenaline rush. What he is actually feeling is a small dose of dopamine moving quickly through the brain. It is a good feeling that comes with the expectation of getting a reward every time an assignment is completed. This boost gives enough reason for a person to continue coming back to the idea of waiting for as long as he can before completing any type of assignment.

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