92: Pressure & Procrastination

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Have you ever noticed that procrastination goes hand in hand with pressure?

Whether it is the pressure that came first or the procrastination that leads to the pressure, they go hand in hand.

Everyone procrastinates from time to time, it’s perfectly normal. Until it’s a problem. When that procrastination leads to missed opportunities, loss of revenue or worse, it can keep you stuck in the cycle of pressure, procrastination, stress, shame, rinse repeat.

Procrastination can be confusing, it has many faces, from the busy work of productive-procrastination to the frozen effect of procrastination paralysis.  If you find yourself stuck or heading into procrastination’ville, I’ve got some tried and true skills to get you unstuck.

What you’ll hear in this podcast:

  • What procrastination looks like
  • How stress affects procrastination
  • The many faces of procrastination
  • What perfectionism has to do with it
  • How stress plays into perfectionism
  • Why some people can handle (are more used to) stress
  • The many faces of  procrastination
  • The perfectionist procrastination connection
  • Productive procrastination
  • Productivity paralysis
  • The Pomodoro Method

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