Procrastinating on a task? Maybe that item on your list is a project, not a task. Or it’s a task, but not a “next-action:” it can’t be done until you take a (sometimes tiny) step first.
Casey’s eTip: Stop Procrastinating by Clarifying Your To-Do’s
Your task list works best when it contains only next-actions. Start each with a verb. When you do, your priorities can better compete with other next-actions, such as answering an email that helps someone else complete their work!
(This eTip brought to you by the Task/Project Management link in your Productivity Chain.)