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How to Beat Procrastination

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How to Beat Procrastination

Post by Mr S » January 1st, 2017, 7:02 pm

If you are a procrastinator (guilty) then these two articles you will completely identify with and may assist you to break this bad habit or at least provide insights on how to modify one's behavior to create better life outcomes and goals.

I did not copy and paste it because there are too many important pictures that go along with the info and it would take too long.

Winston should probably read these links. :lol:

(These are REALLLY good articles written on the subject in an amusing way, seems to be very popular for the webmaster that wrote them as he's even created his own stuffed animal line to maximize profits from all the people reading these articles. I actually read these a couple years ago, I just forgot to post them)

The sites articles are actually addictive to read as they touch many subjects talked about on this forum at times, so procrastinate away then; (or not)!

Part 1: Why Procrastinators Procrastinate ... inate.html

Part 2: How to Beat Procrastination ... ation.html
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Re: How to Beat Procrastination

Post by starchild5 » January 2nd, 2017, 3:30 am

Stop Blaming the Victim...We are already doing our best.

Procrastination, being Lazy is NOT GOOD as long as you are a slave to the Jews. We need to work on Jew Time...else we are Procrastinating or Lazy....

This whole being Lazy and postponing work has come from the west aka Jews. Its just another word for be a,work,work...In Ancient India, we never had this Lazy, Procrastination con...because our emphasis was on spiritual cleaning which does not give PROFIT to the Jews.

Procrastination is a PSy-op of Jews. You feel Lazy because of Dark Energies, Demonic possessions, Ghosts etc..The problem is spiritual ...

Humans are NOT BAD..Why would a Human be Lazy by himself ..what will he gain?

Winston procrastinates because he is not working for the Jews....but his mind is working 24/7....He is not doing slavery so he looks like Procrastinating.

Stop Kidding Humanity...We are already trying our best...

Looking at the length of the post of the two article...looks like more brainwashing than anything of don't need 10,000 words article to clear your problems unless you are a freemason trying to brainwashed humanity.


YOU ARE DOING GREAT....Winston is Amazing...So are you in HA...who is able to break the Jewish Code of Slavery and not doing anything to promote it....

You don't have to do anything on Jew TIME...Just lay down and do nothing and see how more Jews will write articles on how bad that are suppose to be a slave...not enjoy life doing nothing :mrgreen:

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Re: How to Beat Procrastination

Post by Kradmelder » January 2nd, 2017, 5:26 am

The jews by now should have taught to not be lazy and usurous but to do actual work through Arbeit Macht Frei.

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Re: How to Beat Procrastination

Post by droid » January 2nd, 2017, 8:31 am

Mr S wrote:Winston should probably read these links. :lol:
He'll get to those, eventually :P first he will fix the 100-topics page spam :wink:
1)Too much of one thing defeats the purpose.
2)Everybody is full of it. What's your hypocrisy?

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Re: How to Beat Procrastination

Post by Johnny1975 » January 2nd, 2017, 12:51 pm

Sounds good. But I'll read it later.
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Re: How to Beat Procrastination

Post by Gazzio » February 22nd, 2019, 12:25 am

Procrastination is familiar to me. I find it very difficult to motivate me to start doing something. I know about my shortcoming, but I try to fix it. I found a good article ... stination/ , it really helps me. My way to make me work is to start with something simple, when I get into the workflow, then I do everything I planned. I already know that I don't need to wait for inspiration, I need to start doing something. It usually helps.

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