All Articles Tagged "procastination"

Self Destruction: Are You Your Own Worst Enemy?

April 22nd, 2012 - By Kendra Koger
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When I was a young girl, a visiting pastor came to my church and preached a sermon entitled:  “Is it a Demon, or a Bad Decision.”  Even though I don’t remember the pastor’s name, I remember that sermon almost word for word.  He told the congregation that too many times when things go wrong in people’s lives they are quick to try to place the blame on outside forces (friends, family, coworkers, bosses, the devil, you know, the normal things) instead of taking an introspective look inward and realizing that sometimes when things go wrong, it’s not everyone else, it’s because of our own bad decisions.

There will be times when things will get stagnate, or digress in our lives and when we’re searching for answers as to why that is, maybe the first place that we should search should be ourselves.  Here are seven ways that the problems that we face have origins in our own bad behavior.

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How to Stop Procrastinating–Now

June 25th, 2010 - By TheEditor
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(Entrepreneurs) — Putting things off for another day is one of the things millions of us know how to do well, but it creates anxiety, low-quality work and missed deadlines. Researchers and psychologists have come up with many reasons we procrastinate. Instead of fixating on why (years of therapy could give you an answer), its best to find ways to manage it.

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How to Stop Procrastinating–Now

June 25th, 2010 - By TheEditor
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(Entrepreneurs) — Putting things off for another day is one of the things millions of us know how to do well, but it creates anxiety, low-quality work and missed deadlines. Researchers and psychologists have come up with many reasons we procrastinate. Instead of fixating on why (years of therapy could give you an answer), its best to find ways to manage it.

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Procrastination: How To Spot It. How To stop It.

May 24th, 2010 - By TheEditor
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(Christian Science Monitor) — Procrastination by Jane Burka and Lenora Yuen focuses on the challenging issue of procrastination. Why do we put off important, challenging work? For me, procrastination is a “sometimes” issue. I tend to not put off work so much as to choose among things to do based on which one seems the most enjoyable to do at the moment. This often means that “un-fun” tasks languish longer than they should while more enjoyable tasks (this, for me, usually means the raw task of writing) find their way to the forefront.

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