6 Tips For Avoiding Work Procrastination

  • January 7, 2013

We all have tasks at work that we just don’t want to do, and even the best of us succumb to procrastination from time to time. However, procrastinating doesn’t actually make us feel better – in fact, it usually increases our stress levels and makes us feel more tense. Follow these tips for avoiding work…

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  • April 19, 2011

iProcrastinateApp.comStudents are the usual subjects of procrastination examples, and that happens for a very good reason. I mean, couple the relentlessness of any young person with a task like boning up on math, science or history and in many cases it is nothing short of a miracle that students get any actual work done.

The challenge here is how to make people who are disinterested in something actually approach it in a productive way (IE, rising from the table every five seconds to grab a snack, go to the toilet, play with Rex… and that is not counting Facebook and Twitter).

And this new application has been released with the aim of letting students do exactly that: focusing on what they have to do, and get it ready in a timely way. iProcrastinate lets students set the tasks that are to be done within each individual subject, and a highly-functional dashboard will remind them of what needs to get done at all times.

This data can actually be shared and synced between different devices, so that any priority that is established when the student is on the go can be diligently set down, and seen through in due time.

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More – Procrastinate & Support Charities

  • March 4, 2010

ProcrasDonate.comThis is a site that redefines the concept of “doing nothing” and miraculously transforms it into “doing something laudable”. How is that? Well, what this site will let you do is to donate to a cause of your choice for each and every hour you procrastinate.

This system is implemented as follows. First, you need to activate a RescueTime account in order to let the application know what it is that you are up to at any given moment. You also select a charity and a donation rate, and if from that point onwards ProcasDonate detects any activity on your behalf that can be deemed as procrastination then you are donating the amount that you set down at the beginning. (Payments are authorized through Amazon.)

In that way, you will have a splendid excuse to mince the things that you do, and avoid wasting time that could be better employed elsewhere. After all, is there a bigger incentive for doing something than knowing you will be “fined” for loitering? I frankly don’t think so, and if you also feel that way this site is certainly going to be of use.

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