Two Harvard Professors Reveal One Reason Our Brains Love to Procrastinate

Two Harvard Professors Reveal One Reason Our Brains Love to Procrastinate

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We procrastinate because it feels good in the moment, but it has bad consequences later.

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Procrastination can make us less productive and less happy.

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To stop procrastinating, we can divide big tasks into smaller ones and start with the easiest one.

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We can also reward ourselves for doing things on time and stay motivated.

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We like to do things that give us quick pleasure and avoid things that are hard or boring.

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To beat procrastination, we can limit distractions, set clear goals, and focus on one thing at a time.

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We can also plan ahead, control our impulses, and use our time wisely.

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