Friday, July 20, 2018

Adderessing Procrastination

Imagine you went to the doctor complaining of a headache and the first words out of his or her mouth were, “Take aspirin. Have a nice day.” If your headache turned out to be, say, a brain tumor, you’d sue and win in any court in the land. A headache is only the symptom. Its cause will determine the right treatment. 

Same is true of procrastination. Only after you’ve identified the root cause(s), should you decide on how to treat it. My article today lists procrastination’s most common causes and, for each, a tactic that has helped my clients. They are derived from my new book, Careers for Dummies.

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