The Little Guide to Un-Procrastination by Leo Babauta

By Leo Babauta

This can be a compact advisor to Leo Babauta's time-proven tools for beating procrastination, for expanding motivation and beating the fears that reason us to procrastinate.

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By Leo Babauta

This can be a compact advisor to Leo Babauta's time-proven tools for beating procrastination, for expanding motivation and beating the fears that reason us to procrastinate.

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Don't fiddle with your tools. There's no need to get the perfect text editor or the perfect notebook or pen. Those are excuses for procrastination. Use simple tools, but use what you have right now and don't get caught up in perfect. 29 Single-tasking The best way to plow through an important task is to single-task. While we've long been trained to be multitaskers, the truth is our brain can really only focus on one thing at a time, and switching between tasks costs us our focus. Really focusing on one task means you're giving it your best -- your productivity increases, the quality of work increases, and you're happier doing it.

For example, when I launched my minimalism blog, mnmlist, it took three days. One day to buy the domain, set up WordPress, and find a theme to start from. Another day to tweak the theme to what I wanted and write a few posts. A third day to write more posts and announce it on Twitter and Zen Habits. Three days, and I was at Done. And getting it public was a big motivator, making it exciting and making me want to work quickly and get to completion. It doesn’t work this way with large projects. Writing a book, for example, often takes at least six months or even more than a year.

Look at them. Become conscious of them. See if you can give them a 38 name -- either one of the names above, or one of your own if I haven't named them. Giving your fears a name makes them known, and less powerful. 2. Commit to beating the fear. You now know it's there, and you don't like the power it has over your life. Tell yourself that you can beat this. It's true, too: I've done it and so have many other people. Commit yourself to making the effort to beat it. 3. Do an experiment. Fears exist only because we don't know.

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