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Disguised Procrastination

Why would a reasonable person duck doing what is most pressing and important? Can self-deception be an answer? Read More

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Bill Knaus, Ed.D., is the author of more than 20 books; one, "Overcoming Procrastination", was co-authored with Albert Ellis.

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