As you think more about the negative effects of putting off a task, you’ll be more motivated to avoid those effects and get the job done. According to Webb, Psychologists call this a prevention focus, because most people seek to avoid negative consequences even more than receiving positive results.
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Elle Kaplan

Great advice. I find this works for me. For house chores like cleaning the bathroom or doing dishes, I just always think about how I’ll feel later if they’re still not done, and that motivates me to get it over with! :)

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