Challenging Procrastination : Experimenting with Excuses

Challenging Procrastination : Experimenting with Excuses

Challenging Procrastination: Experimenting with Excuses Last week we started to talk about how you can challenge your excuses for procrastination by challenging the conclusions you come to. However, you can also challenge your excuses for procrastinating by testing them. There’s

Challenging Excuses for Procrastination

Challenging Excuses for Procrastination

Challenging Procrastination Excuses In previous posts, we talked about how excuses for procrastinating often revolve around some truth of the situation; but that they tend to lead to unhelpful conclusions such as… The truth is “I am really tired” leads to

The Procrastination Cycle, and How to Stop It

The Procrastination Cycle, and How to Stop It

After reading the last few blog posts about procrastination, hopefully you’re starting to see that procrastinating is more than just being “lazy.” Now that we’ve talked about the different forms of procrastination, let’s look at them all now in a

Consequences of Procrastination

Consequences of Procrastination

We spoke last week about Why People Procrastinate; however, it’s also important to identify what the consequences of procrastination are. Some of the consequences might be positive, while some are negative. Positive Consequences Relieve Discomfort. Often, people procrastinate because there

Why People Procrastinate

Why People Procrastinate

Why People Procrastinate There are a few different reasons why people tend to procrastinate, but one big reason includes how people see themselves in the world, also known as rules and assumptions. Rules and assumptions guide our behaviour, and aren’t