The first thing you need to realize is that procrastination is not a problem of time management or lack of planning. If you procrastinate it’s not because you have no control over your own time, it’s that you find distractions and excuses to use your time for different tasks, as opposed to the task you originally set out to complete. So buying a daily planner isn’t quite going to cut it if you’re looking to ditch your procrastinating habits. You’re going to need to dig a little deeper than that.

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