Procrastination is like a credit card: It’s a lot of fun until you get the bill

               – Christopher Parker

_ EAT-IN _

Procrastination is a disease we all must deliberate about in order not to be infected by it. People who suffer from this disease are like clouds – difficult to catch and pin down. They can hardly sit behind their desks for a reasonable length of time to accomplish any tasks and usually “post-date” activities to be done.

The “this can wait” syndrome can be prevented by developing a plan of work and being disciplined to get through it. Especially at a time like this – when we are all required to work from home, you must be true to yourself and ask yourself the following questions:

– Am I truly working from home?

– Are there things I can do now to reduce my backlog once I resume back to work?

– Have I been productive enough during this time?


The antidote to procrastination is to ACT (Action Changes Things)

(1) Comment

  • Tunde Akanbi April 2, 2020 @ 7:26 pm

    As long as you have no one to report to, there is a tendency of lackadaisical attitude. Always ensure you have a Boss that cross check your operations e.g Consultant, Auditor

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