Procrastination is not you. You are not a procrastinator; it’s something that you do. Once we understand it, we can overcome it.
Let’s examine how to teach our children to prioritize like a champ so that they can be more productive. Implement these actionable steps.
Examine and refine your routines to help your children avoid provide procrastination, so that they are more productive.
There are a variety of advantages and disadvantages to procrastinating. Let’s delve into it and work on this together.
4 Types of Procrastinators and 1 Quick Fix. 1) The Calendar Lover; 2) The Pretend Focuser; 3) The Scenic Router; 4) The Couldn’t Care Lesser.
Procrastination is the inability to do what you should be doing to meet a specific deadline for reasons like believing you’re a perfectionist.