How to Stop Procrastinating and Get Your Career Moving
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Mark Twain once said "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow."
But is that good advice for career-minded professionals? With respect to Mr. Twain, no -- not even close.
It's not exactly a state secret that employers don't appreciate procrastination -- or procrastinators. Putting things off crimps productivity, delays products and services from rolling out and ultimately hurts businesses where it hurts most: the bottom line.
If you're turning in work late or dragging your heels on a big workplace project, don't kid yourself. That gets noticed by the decision-makers who control your pay, your promotions and your bonuses, and not in a good way.
How can you stop procrastinating and take that big target off your back?