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Breaking the procrastination habit!

As the last post on the theme of procrastination, I want to help those who identified with certain behaviours relating to common types of procrastinators (see last week’s blog) to adopt new habits. Here are some actions that can help you combat avoidance. Commit to it Do you seriously want to overcome the procrastination habit, …

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Which type of procrastinator are YOU?

Perhaps you don’t ever procrastinate, but if you’ve identified with either of my last two posts, you may have a procrastination issue or elements of the typical mind-set. There are many reasons why someone puts things off, but studies have found common habits amongst different types of procrastinators. Here are a few of them – …

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Drilling down into your procrastination, towards conscious thought…

As I described last week, procrastination is a common issue, and something that can hold people back on a regular – even daily – basis, and/or produce obstacles in their career. There are a few causes of procrastination, and most are done on a subconscious level, with perhaps fear or a feeling of overwhelm as …

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Procrastination – recognising it and stopping it

I don’t need to spell out the disadvantages for executives regarding procrastination. But many of us may not realise we’re procrastinating, or that other things we do serve only as distractions towards getting the job done. Social media, for example, can be used for many business purposes, such as marketing and research, but the time …

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Executives: Does your approach to delegation mirror the mule’s?

Managing staff, responsibilities and endless work tasks can prove heavy loads to carry. Shoulder everything like a mule – the beast of burden – and you risk procrastination and obstacles that affect you and your staff. Delegation is a necessary element of management and team building – implemented correctly and your job will be infinitely …

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