Overcoming procrastination can be challenging, but with consistent effort and the right strategies, you can improve your productivity and reduce procrastination. Here are some tips to help you overcome procrastination:

Break tasks into smaller steps: Large tasks can feel overwhelming and lead to procrastination. Break them down into smaller, manageable steps to make them less intimidating.
Set specific goals: Set clear, achievable goals for what you want to accomplish each day or week. Make sure your goals are realistic and measurable.
Create a schedule or to-do list: Organize your tasks and allocate specific time slots to work on them. Having a schedule or to-do list can help you stay focused and prioritize your tasks effectively.
Use time management techniques: Techniques like the Pomodoro Technique (working for a set period, then taking a short break) can help you stay focused and productive.
Eliminate distractions: Identify and minimize distractions in your environment, such as social media, email, or noisy surroundings. Consider using website blockers or apps that limit your access to distracting websites during work periods.
Find your most productive time: Pay attention to when you feel most alert and focused during the day, and schedule your most challenging tasks for those times.
Practice self-discipline: Develop habits that promote self-discipline, such as setting deadlines for yourself and sticking to them, even when it’s tempting to procrastinate.
Reward yourself: Set up a system of rewards for completing tasks or reaching milestones. Celebrate your accomplishments to reinforce positive behaviour.
Address underlying issues: Procrastination can sometimes be a symptom of underlying issues like perfectionism, fear of failure, or lack of motivation. Reflect on what might be causing your procrastination and address those issues directly.
Seek support: If you’re struggling to overcome procrastination on your own, consider seeking support from friends, family, or an EAP Assist counsellor. They can offer encouragement, accountability, and helpful strategies for managing procrastination.

Remember that overcoming procrastination is a gradual process, so be patient with yourself and keep experimenting with different techniques until you find what works best for you.