Tips for Life & Work — procrastination

Dealing with procrastination? Consider your core needs

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If you're finding yourself procrastinating about something important (like writing a big paper or completing an important work project) and can't figure out why you can't get motivated about it: Join the July Healthy Productivity Learning Group (Early Bird registration ends June 18th!) 'cause this video is one the freebies Group Members get in addition to live group coaching sessions with me -- and/or--  Consider your core needs: it's possible that your limbic brain is just trying to do it's job. It might believe that by NOT doing that task, it is protecting one or more of your core needs. Learn about this...

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FIGHT PROCRASTINATION with MICROTASKING

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FIGHT PROCRASTINATION with MICROTASKING

WHAT IS UP WITH PROCRASTINATION? Well, from a habit perspective, we find that humans tend to procrastinate on tasks that fall into one of three categories: (1) Tasks they find boring or unpleasant, (2) Tasks they find overwhelming or (3) Tasks that they (unconsciously or otherwise) are concerned they'll fail at. In a future post, we'll go over methods to tackle the first and third category, but first, let's discuss a myth that gets in the way of addressing all three categories.  WILLPOWER: A pesky myth about procrastination is that it's simply an issue of willpower. Some people are better are...

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