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Category Archives: Procrastination
I have witnessed people play a disappointing game of “drop and leave” with their goals and dreams. Have you ever looked at your desk and wondered, “How in the world did it get in this condition?” What with books, papers, … Continue reading
You don’t wait for a goal—you work for it. Perhaps you have heard someone say something like, “I have been waiting for this all my life!” A student says, “I have been waiting for the day I get my degree.” Or … Continue reading
Complete the following: “If you don’t have time to ______ then when will you ____? A little secret about this blog: I generally do not know what I will write about until Thursday or Friday. I then type my first … Continue reading
I have met and worked with highly capable kickers of the can. They do, however, have grave difficulties managing their decisions. And that affects everyone around them. For those who know me, you know I can be a bit retentive. … Continue reading
Their intentions may be wonderful but their execution is less than satisfactory. Years ago a student of mine made a simple yet profound observation. This student had the habit of postponing assignments. He was a huge procrastinator. Quickly, his backlog … Continue reading