Procrastination affects us all. Even with all the planning, desire and good intentions, often we can fall victim to procrastination.
It has the power to delay our progress; to rob us of our belief in ourselves and what we are doing; and to halt our achievements.
Procrastination is powerful, but with a bit more understanding of what it is, some considerations of how procrastination impacts you subjectively and some key steps in how to overcome it, you don’t have to be at its mercy.
In this 91-page workbook, we will take a closer look at what procrastination is all about, where it comes from, and how to stop it. We will explore the meaning of procrastination, there will be tasks that help you explore what procrastination means for you as an individual, and tips to help overcome it.