Stay on Track

February 28, 2017
stay on track

The hardest part about getting over your constant procrastination is that there is no motivation in the first place. People commonly procrastinate because they keep finding things that seem more fun to do at the time and they push off what is really important until it’s last minute or even late. Williams Recognition understands the need to give all your heart and soul to your company. Here are quick solutions to help you overcome your procrastination problems.

Once It's Done, It's Done

You need to finish a report for a huge client? Or maybe you’re organizing a big meeting and nothing seems to get done. Well, don't put it off any longer because the sooner you start, the sooner it’s over. Getting it over with as soon as possible is a great way to get it off your plate before it is late and you will no longer need to worry about it. Yes, it’s easier said than done but keeping a task calendar can help you with your deadlines.

Spreading It Out

A great way to avoid your procrastination problems would be spreading out the workload over time. If you have a long report to write, you are better off writing a page or two every day than doing it the same day after office hours! Spreading it out lessens the amount of work that is needed to be done at a time, making it both easier and quicker, giving you at least some motivation to get it done.


An easy way to get past the procrastination is to always get the more difficult tasks done first. Take the time to sit down and map out all the things you want to complete so you can have a more visual outlook on what needs to be done and in what order. If you get the more difficult and longer tasks out of the way first, then it is more likely you won't mind or even want to do the things that are left.

Don't Overload

Remember that if you are not motivated in the first place, you are not going to become completely motivated with just a few hacks. So make sure you give yourself little breaks every here and there, but don't make them too long because you might lose all the progress you've created and you'll end up unmotivated all over again. Getting rid of any distractions could be a big help as well, fewer things to sidetrack you, fewer chances you're going to get off task.

Employee recognition programs are a great way to motivate employees into short and long-term investment. By using a sales program or a point program, your employees will feel the need to work harder. 

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