October 25, 2016

Wait: Why You Procrastinate & What You Can Do About It

Length: 60 minutes

Do you procrastinate? Ninety-five percent of us do. That’s right – 95%. Procrastination is one of the most common self-destructive behaviors we exhibit.Procrastination is the result of favoring short-term relief over long-term gain. It reduces our productivity, causes us stress, and contributes to interpersonal and professional conflict. The good news is that procrastination is relatively easy to overcome.

This program uses an engaging and entertaining method to teach us why we procrastinate and what we can do to reduce those behaviors. The seminar focuses on three topics – Education, Mediation and Anticipation – to help us understand the roots of procrastination and how to overcome it.

Attendees will enjoy learning:

  • Educational aspects of why we procrastinate – the neurological, biological, and psychological reasons we procrastinate.
  • Mediation techniques to reduce the effects of procrastination – tips and tricks to stop waiting and start doing our work when we find ourselves in the clutches of procrastination.
  • Anticipatory best practices to avoid procrastinating – suggestions that keep our tendencies to procrastinate at bay so we can get more done sooner.
If you’d like to procrastinate less, then this program is for you!

Continuing education:
This program qualifies under most continuing education programs. Please confirm with your local accrediting authorities.

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