You’re procrastinating because you’re not seeing the task in context.
Think about these sentences.
“Oh, I should just go talk to that girl.” Or, “I should just get my essay finished.”
Do you mean the girl representing an ultimate feminine judgment that can crush your dreams with a look and the research paper that counts for three-quarters of your grade?
The word “just” implies that they’re easy things you should do in your spare energy left over from everything else you’re doing in life. And if you see them that way, you’ll never get them done.
But if you see the tasks for what they are and face the fact that they’re difficult, then you can either gather an appropriate amount of energy or motivation to do them. Or break them into smaller steps that make them doable.
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