“Work in silence; let your success make the noise.”
I read this quote the first time around five years ago. Not only was it interesting, but it went viral as well. Even today, I see this quote, or it’s derivatives very often. However, I believe that people took this quote too seriously. Many people join the gym after a breakup with an aspiration that one day they will post their picture on Instagram with their aesthetic body with a motive to induce the feeling of regret in their past lover. Is this really right?
We all know about it, we all curse it, we all understand that it wastes our time, yet we all actively engage with it. Procrastination is something that not only hurts our productivity, but often leads to some of the darkest self-talk and self-impressions you can think of. Ideas like, “I am so useless, I always procrastinate” pop up in our heads and damage our self-belief incredibly fast. Procrastination isn’t only affecting our productivity, as most people assume. It directly affects our mental health! We have received many requests to write on procrastination and to give you some tips on overcoming it.