Think about the best manager you have ever had. If you have never had a good manager, and sadly some people haven't, then imagine what one would be like. Now think about the worst manager you have ever had. What did each of them do that made you think of them as best or worst?
This weather is so annoying... The slow traffic makes me really frustrated... Sally makes me feel guilty when she does that... The way John behaves makes me so angry... And yet someone else may welcome the same weather, may be quite calm in the same traffic jam and think that what Sally does is cute.
If you are a procrastinator, the ways to deal with procrastination are as varied as the reasons you do it in the first place, so here are a few steps to take. Step 1. Realise that you are procrastinating. Ask your colleagues if you are doing it as their view might be different to yours.
You are reading and find yourself thinking "that's interesting". Rather than just read on, seize the opportunity. Stop. Your mind flagged this idea as interesting for a reason. How could you apply this in your work or your life? How you could use it in a current situation? Convert the idea into an action. “Men