How many times did you delay something that you must do? Justifying it by saying “I’ll do it tomorrow?” Or, “I’ll do it when I’m in a better mood or “I’ll do it as soon as I have more information”? I’m sure that all of us has done this sometimes during our life, mostly more often than we will admit to. After all, this bad habit of us – delaying the inevitable – is called procrastination.
Indeed, entrepreneur Jack Canfield recently described some of the roadblocks that lead to procrastination, also how you can find the motivation to overcome these time management hurdles.
Canfield suggested that the largest roadblocks to our success is often ourselves. Even more, “It can be too easy to use convenient excuses that the project in front of us is insurmountable” concluded Canfield.
But more importantly, for business owners and entrepreneurs, is the way that procrastination affects the performance their businesses.