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Eight prescriptions for lethargy and addiction

Just a minute, I get up now.
Obviously, before writing a phrase for this article, I ran a washing machine, made a cup of tea, replied to emails, looked at Facebook and read two blogs.




Before I sat down to write, the washing machine had stopped, so I had a chance to avoid more. Obviously, the laundry was now hanging dry, and when I went out to put the cloth on the wire, I had to give water to the plants.

There was no harm to this toll-chip because as you can see I wrote this article and sent it on time.

We all work at some level of cheapness, but this thing becomes an issue when you know that not having to finish work on time will hurt, but you still delay.

Avoiding chills and sluggishness can have adverse effects on your health, you are constantly stressed, you are eating more unhealthy diets while you postpone exercise and Even when the symptoms of an illness appear, it is a pleasure to go to the doctor.

So can any research in the field of psychology get rid of this habit and stimulate the spirit of working on time? In this regard, I can tell you some tips, some tips.

1 - Don't just rely on willpower

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A study by Ein Taylor, a sports psychologist from a UK university, says that people often think that they can get rid of cheaper if we have a strong intention.

But as Ein Peter says, 'Power is one of the various ways to create a passion for work, but it is not the best way.'

They say that instead of relying on your willpower to ignore the undesirable aspects of any task, you should think that these aspects cannot be saved, and more importantly, the invasive aspects. Can not achieve their big goal by ignoring.

For example, if you have been running for half an hour and now have pain in your muscles, it is not necessarily a bad thing and it is necessary to fight against it, because if you really want to fit, you have to understand. Should pain be a part of that too.

2 - Find something positive in the work you're avoiding

Getty Images Is the fear of failure stopping you?
Is there a real reason to avoid doing something that puts you at risk of failure?

Fuchsia Severus, a researcher at the University of Sheffield, has spent more than 15 years studying the matter of cheapness and avoidance. Their research suggests that the cause of this problem is not always the cheapness and the proper use of time, but it may also be due to not using your emotions in the right direction.

If you are worried that you will fail at something, you look for excuses to postpone the task and do not want to go through unpleasant feelings.


But if you think so, then keep circling the circle. Since you are already late, you now have less time left to finish the job, which increases the chances that you will fail, thus making you more anxious and more likely. The more you get, the less you start working.

The way to overcome this kind of thinking is to find out the positive aspects of what you have been through. Maybe you learn something new and have more fun than you expected.

3 - Plan ahead

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If you know that there is something special that can force you to abstain, you should use a psychological strategy called 'If. ۔ Then let's say practicality. So if you plan ahead of time, you wonder 'what' if 'this' happens.

For example, if someone tells you to have coffee on a Sunday this week, but you know that you have to study on a Sunday on a Saturday, you can tell your friend that you want to have coffee in the evening instead of a weekend. Let's get together.

When the American psychologist Peter Golwetzer studied 94 people who embraced the practice, Peter found that the chances of these people being more than three times higher would depend on their plan.

4- Reduce your discomfort

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Make the start of a task as easy as you can.

Have you ever heard of 'Choice Architecture'? A typical example of this is that when you are shopping and paying the shopkeeper and having some fresh fruit instead of chocolate, the result is that you start eating more healthy things. Are.

We can also apply this method to ourselves. For example, if you are thinking of going for a run after breakfast, you should wear workout clothes. Likewise, the things you need to do in the morning are to put them on the table the night before. The result will be that the first thing you have to do in the morning is to start doing the same thing.

And remember one more thing is to remove things that are distracting you in front of you, such as turn off the alert option on your computer screen, turn off the mobile sound. And log off on social media.

5 - Reward yourself

Getty Images The sooner you finish the work, the sooner you get out for a walk
A new study by Catelyn Woolley, a graduate of Cornell University in the United States, has found that people try to work harder if they start to get the fruits of their work right away, when they are rewarded for their work. Get on after waiting

We love to work with latitude because we are happy to postpone complex tasks and let us avoid this calamity. The cure for this is that you reward yourself with something better, rather than reward yourself.

Catherine Milkman of the University of Pennsylvania, USA, in her research, found that if people were allowed to listen to audio of very interesting books during exercise at the gym (and they were not allowed to take these audio to the gym) ), So they'll be back in action soon to find out what happened next in the story. Obviously, it will take you a while to fit in, but the audio is a quick reward or reward for you.

You also think about what might be best for you and decide for yourself whether you want to finish the job.

6 - Put your realistic picture in front

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Most of us like to think that we will have more time in the future. This is how we hope we will work more systematically in the permanent and we think that then we will have more energy and we will be living a life where there is no growth

Obviously it won't happen. And that is why we do not know how long a job will take. This quality is called 'planning felicity' or planning misconduct.

My favorite example of mockery of Asphalt? The first edition of the English Dictionary. In 1860, it was announced that the dictionary would be published two years later, but by 1928 it had been completed. And by that time, the material published in this edition had become so old that the work on the dictionary had to start soon.

7 - Be kind to yourself

Getty Images We do not treat our friends as hard as we do ourselves
If you've already spent half a day on the Internet today and you should go and do your job, it doesn't hurt to recommend yourself. But the fact is that research has shown that people who flock to flies rather than work, reduce their chances.

And since these people are already hurting themselves for not working, it would not be helpful for them to have more negative thinking.

A study on students who do not prepare before the exams has found that students who forgive their cheapness are more likely to win their studies than those who are self-absorbed. And do not move forward by forgiving themselves.

Fuchsia Severus rightly says that we often do not treat our friends as hard as we do on our own, so we should show that kind of compassion to ourselves.

8 - Talk about yourself correctly

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The kind of language you use about yourself can also be very important.

A study was conducted in California shortly before the 2008 presidential election. The people who registered their votes were asked some questions. They were asked how they felt about 'voting' or 'how do you feel about being a voter'.

We may not see much difference in the language of the two questions, but when the day of the election came, 95% of those who were asked how it felt to be a voter went to cast their vote. In comparison, 82% of those who were asked about the 'voting' process went to the polls. This means that when we see ourselves in a particular position, it also affects our attitude.

This means not presenting yourself as a person who sometimes goes running and dieting, but also as a "workout" and a "healthy eating person". Present. This may increase the likelihood that you will actually run out and start eating good things.

Ayn Taylor says this combination works, and the reason is that saying so creates a connection between your self and that behavior. Thus, 'you are not just living the attitude, you are living the life you desire.'


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