Procrastination is a Learned Habit – Unlearn it!
Tuesday 19 January 2010
What better way to start off the new year than to give up a bad habit? According to Psychology Today, chronic procrastination plagues about 20 percent of adults and 70 percent of college students. Luckily, according to articles published by Psychology Today, procrastination is a habit learned during childhood (yes, you can blame your parents!), which can be unlearned.
If you’re guilty of procrastination (“I work better under pressure!”, “I’ll get some emails out first…”, “I’ll take care of it tomorrow”) consider this: Procrastination weakens your immune system, increases stress, hinders sleep, and can negatively affect work and personal relationships. And imagine the kind of example you’re setting for your clients? Wouldn’t you rather they invest now than later?
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