Eat–> Sleep–>You Tube–>Repeat
No one can deny the fact that Humans are the most intelligent creatures on the planet. With uttermost pride & gratification we have been constantly updating our platter of revolutionary achievements: Be it the invention of the light bulb or the most prestigious first manned mission to the moon! How valued is it to attain such colossal breakthrough when the mankind is disabled to master little goals in his life?
Keeping these glorious instances aside the most pivotal thing that a man is yet to achieve still lies within his own mind. Do you usually indulge in maddening exam /task preparations at the last moment? Have slothful lifestyle in hope for hitting on the gym ‘Next Day’? Or are there baseless excuses you cling on at the bargain of your important chores? To our chagrin, we all can relate such similar instances in our life! ‘PROCRASTINATION’ flows through our veins every now and then. Undoubtedly, it has plagued many of the instances in our life.
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Tim Urban (Popular Blogger), has staged an alluring demonstration of the psychological mechanism that provokes this ‘disease’ called procrastination. He presents his arguments stating that procrastination is a result of an ‘Instant Gratification Monkey‘ which diverts our focus from most important tasks to the most gratifying tasks. Adding further, there is a ‘Panic Mechanism’ installed in our minds, which is only activated during the deadlines leading into shabby encounter with our due tasks and their disorganized underachievement at the last minute. Worst among these, tasks with no deadlines are left untouched forever. I would straightly compare this with my favorite cartoon character, ‘NOBITA’ . That monkey in our brains is an exact replica of Nobita.
No Force Can Stop Me From ‘STUDYING!’ My Day Won’t Begin Without The ‘GYM’ – Quoted By Me. Meanwhile, One Clumsy ‘NOBITA’ Creeps In Between, Spilling Failures On Those Billion Dollar Commitments!
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