Overcoming Procrastination

Stop the Dilly-Dally Cycle and
Stay in Motion

The dictionary defines procrastination as the action of delaying or postponing something. Scientists define procrastination as the voluntary delay of an action despite foreseeable negative future consequences. Neil Fiore, author of The Now Habit, defined procrastination as a mechanism for coping with the anxiety associated with starting or completing any task or decision.

However you define it, procrastination is a real (and growing) problem that impacts almost everyone and has insidious effects on life, relationships and self-esteem.

Procrastination is a thief; it steals your energy, productivity, self-worth and your potential.

Take back your productivity.

Download the Overcoming Procrastination: Stop the Dilly-Dally Cycle and Stay in Motion publication and receive information and strategies to deal with procrastination head-on, stay in action, and achieve your goals.

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