How to conquer procrastination forever
I’m the Queen of Procrastination. I put off writing for years, never mind weeks. Finally I accepted my tendency to put things off — I could even laugh at myself. From that moment on, my procrastination vanished. These days, it’s only very rarely that I procrastinate, and when I do, I know that there’s something in my Work in Progress (WIP) that isn’t working: I need to rethink. Procrastination has become my good friend.
That’s the key to conquering your procrastination: admit that that’s what you do, and learn to laugh at yourself. If you can accept that you will procrastinate, and that as a writer, it’s your default setting, you can conquer it.
Let’s look at three ways to help you to do that.