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Time Management

Time Management

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Assignment

Do something about
your procrastination. Do it
today. Do it now. Do it.

Recognizing it’s a problem will not fix the problem. Look,
it’s different from a drug addiction or some other vice, but it
IS stealing time from you and your family and causing unnec-
essary stress. Deal with it.

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Quick Ideas 116 to 117

Elsewhere in this book I’ve written about To Do Lists. If
you don’t currently have one, make one. Nothing helps break
the cycle of procrastination better that forcing yourself to live
by a prioritized To Do List.

If you use it right, and discipline yourself to follow the rules
of a To Do List, you have to work on projects and tasks in a
priority order. So do that. Work down your list. When you come
to an item that you are
tempted to put off until an-
other time—no matter the
reason—don’t. Follow the
rules of the To Do List and
do the task or project.That’s
the imposed discipline of the
list.

Use that list to provide
the artificial structure and
discipline to do every task,
in order, on your list. If you do that, you’ll find that you don’t
put things off. Tell yourself you are required to follow the list
and have to do the task. Let the list be your taskmaster.

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