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The habit of putting things off until the last minute can be a big problem both in business and in everyday life. Missed opportunities, overtime, stress, overload, resentment, guilt are signs of a similar habit. This article will help to identify the main reasons for the habit of delaying things for later, and show how you can overcome it.
1. Replace “Need” with “Want.”
First, the understanding of the “need” to perform certain actions – and there is a main reason why we postpone them for later. When you tell yourself that you “have to” do something, you realize the forced nature of this action, and automatically feel a sense of inner resistance. Continue reading
If you know that tomorrow is a day off, you will be less inclined to postpone things, because you do not want to afford such a “luxury” as a day off, busy with the decision of pending cases.
And if for you every day – a worker, and despite this work seems endless, then you always say to yourself “I have to work”. And your brain uses delaying things for later as a way to guarantee you at least some positive emotions in your life.
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Rules, which he himself for themselves developed and which he always adheres to:
1. “Learn and study your competitors as best you can.” For gates, visiting his competitors ‘ websites is a daily morning ritual.
2. “Focus on the Internet, because it is the future. Very soon there will be only two types of companies: companies that are online and those who stopped doing business.”
3. “Be resolute and cold-blooded. Bravely meet even the worst news. The problem will be solved much faster if solving it, you will keep cool. Always try to get the bad news first and then the good news.”
4. “If you are a leader, and people are under your command, create good conditions for them to work — conditions for development. They will love you back”. This rule of bill gates is now in service with many developed and developing companies. For example, at the headquarters of Facebook (Biography of Mark Zuckerberg) to life did not interfere with work, food, washing clothes and other services are provided to employees directly in the office, and free of charge. Continue reading