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This web site provides access to information and research related to procrastination. Although our site originates at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada), it represents a compilation of information and research on procrastination from all over the world. Are you visiting our website for the first time?
If procrastination is a chronic issue for you (and I’m not judging; this blog post was scheduled to go up yesterday), rather than trying to beat procrastination, a smarter solution might be to learn to work with it.
Be inspired to overcome procrastination.
Haim Pekel wrote this on July 1, 2011 / 1 Comment and 0 Reactions Pressure pressure pressure!
We all procrastinate — let’s admit it. And if you’re like me, you’re always trying to find ways to stop the procrastinating. Here’s the trick that works best for me:
Almost everyone is held down by what some call “the silent killer”.