Don't Delay

Understanding procrastination and how to achieve our goals

Time Traveling to Reduce Procrastination (and "Tough Love" for Procrastinators)

We set the best of intentions for tomorrow with the belief that tomorrow will also bring the motivation to act. Some of these are new intentions, some "re-treads" as we procrastinate today. "I'll feel more like it tomorrow." Will you? Here are two strategies to help ensure you'll actually fulfill that intention. Read More

Thanks so much for this post

Thanks so much for this post - procrastination is a problem that so many creative people deal with on a regular basis, myself one of the worst offenders of all. As a matter of fact, I'm writing this in effort to procrastinate on doing something else! Oh, the irony...

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Timothy A. Pychyl, Ph.D., is an associate professor of psychology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, where he specializes in the study of procrastination.


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