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Is procrastination getting in the way of your work? Take 20 minutes now to identify why you do it and set yourself up to overcome procrastination in the future. Author and Kelley School of Business lecturer Brenda Bailey-Hughes shows you how to separate procrastination from other behaviors, identify your stalls, and address your procrastination head on with strategies that will help you get more done.
(Music) Hello, my name is Brenda Bailey-Hughes, and I'm so glad you made the time to take this course. Because you may be able to wring a little more productivity out of your day without working any longer, or any harder, just by kicking the procrastination habit. And I'm glad you're here because, let's face it, those of us drawn to a class about procrastination. Well, we're the ones most likely to put it off. So, welcome. In this course, we will explore what you put off most frequently.
How and why you stall. And most importantly, strategies to overcome your procrastination habit. Procrastinators feel a sense of panic that comes with putting things off a little too long. Or sacrificing quality because of a time crunch. People who procrastinate may feel guilty, and they're likely to experience more colds, stomach aches, stress and insomnia than non-procrastinators. This is a habit worth kicking. So, let's get started overcoming procrastination.
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