Why You're Not Productive

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You have a task you'ze gotsa to do.

  • a) You procrastinate on it.
  • b) You put it on your todo list (with a set time).
  • c) You do it.

What Sucks You The Mother Kuck Down?

Procrastinating on the task destroys you not once, but 976958749484894837 times.

BOO

Every time you think of Task X?

  • Your anxiety increases.
  • Your morale drops.
  • You start hating yo life more-and-more.

As a result, your productivity slooooowwws with you not being able to fully concentrate 10000000000% of your focus/energy on whatever it is that you're doing.

Take Fred

Fred procrastinates on X.

  • Fred does Task A, but X prevents him from fully kicking Task A's assss.
  • X also prevents him from beating Tasks B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, etc, etc, etc. into submission.

X further prevents him from fully immersing himself into watching TV, reading a sweet book, or relaxing to MILEY CYRUS MUSIC PARTY IN THE USA YEEEAAHHH YEEEAAHHH

  • X makes him seem as if he's multitasking while driving; he can't pay 100% of his attention to one thing (with X floating in his mind), so he sucks at all things he's doing.

The longer you delay the task, the more you experience anxiety increases, morale drops, and vicious productivity drainages in every $&"^%^ thing you do.

Don't suck. (Cuz u not suck!)

When you have a task, decide immediately what you'll do (e.g., do it now, or put it on your todo list) so you don't riddle your future with SUCK.

Immediately deciding what you'll do helps you rid X from floating in yo mind, letting you focus fully 100000000000% on whatever it is that you're doing.

WIN

Act.

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Posted on March 05

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