Procrastination is nothing but intentionally avoiding a particular task you were supposed to do. All along our human lives, for so many things, we were told to do things but never taught how to do them.
Every single human being on this earth has grown up in a unique way, and expecting the same actions from everyone is stupidity. People procrastinate in doing the tasks for several reasons, mainly doubts, no self-belief, what if it goes wrong, etc. To be productive and never ever procrastinate, you must follow the below simple things in your life.
QUESTION WITHOUT FEAR TO GET CLARITY
When someone provides you with a task, they must ensure that you are provided with the necessary details and the required environment. When someone vaguely receives an order to perform a particular task but is confused about how to proceed when there is a hurdle is not your fault but the person who has assigned it.
But these days, we cannot accept to get every required detail regarding the tasks. Hence, we should question everything, get clarity on what to do, and address the common hurdles that might come along the way.
If the task is assigned to you by yourselves, then ensure you have the required detail. If you do not have any required info, do not leave it as it is; rather, plan for ways to get what you want.
ACCEPT THE FACTS
Bestseller author Brian Tracy wrote in his Eat That Frog, how we could understand the things happening around us and eventually put an end to procrastination. We need to understand the facts about things before giving up on them.
Accept the fact that progress takes time; you can eat a whole elephant in just a bite. Break them down into little parts, and do it one by one.
Similarly, you can figure out various facts you should know in the abovementioned book. Give it a read, and your life will turn in positive ways.
Give yourself enough time to understand the problem, and keep yourself farther at the beginning to get a clear picture of the problem.
Remember, you procrastinate only because you are confused about how to proceed and not because you do not want to do it.