For most of us, procrastination is just a part of life. No matter how hard we try to stay focussed, cutting procrastination out entirely is pretty much impossible.
Chris Bailey, of A Year of Productivity, recommends instead of trying to stop procrastinating altogether (and failing), you should try to find ways to make your procrastination productive. Bailey suggests creating a “procrastination list” to help you stop wasting time.
To follow this workplace hack, create a list of tasks that you can crack on with any time you’re tempted by your Facebook feed or videos of cats. For example, on my list I have “schedule social media posts” or “read work-related articles I’ve bookmarked to my reading list”.
Bailey recommends including a wide variety of tasks on your procrastination list so you can always find something to do, regardless of your mood.
**How do you tackle procrastination? **