Procrastination Library

  • Spring Cleaning for the Soul: Tidying Up Our Personal Closet
    In a recent psychodrama workshop I asked participants to visualize cleaning out their personal closet. One woman opened her imaginary closet door and began rummaging through make-believe clutter. When I asked what she ...
  • Get Rid of Your Excuses: Three Minute Refutations
    Three Minute Refutations are a part of Three Minute Therapy involve a powerful exercise to change your thinking. It serves as a supplement to the Three Minute Exercise. While the Three Minute Exercise (in ...
  • Streamlining Your Life
    People frequently complain about a lack of time. Is there a realistic way can we steal back precious hours for what we really want to do? Streamlining your life may be the answer. Call a ...
  • What’s Your Time Perspective?
    We are all time travelers: We draw on past memories, experience the present and look forward to future rewards. But how easily we travel back and forth makes a crucial difference to how well we ...
  • Work Productivity
    Do you feel your efforts at work are being ignored? Are you often overwhelmed by a long list of tasks and chores, unsure of where to start? If you could benefit from a new focus ...
  • How Time Management Can Work For You
    We all have 24 hours in the day, but some of us feel we have no time while others seem to get everything done and still have time for fun and relaxation. Poor time management can ...
  • Tips to Beat Procrastination
    Procrastination is a habit that can be quite harmless, as some people thrive on the stress of putting things off until deadline. But procrastination can be a serious problem if it throws the important matters ...
  • Top Tips for Setting Goals and Priorities
    How do you plan your future? Some people drift more or less aimlessly from day to day and year to year, without focusing on a long-term direction. Other people (the minority) set detailed goals and ...
  • School Phobia: ‘I’m Not Stupid, I’m Scared’
    The most important thing to understand about phobias is that they are not rational. A child who is afraid of dogs isn't going to be talked out of it, scolded out of it, or punished ...
  • Manage Your Time — Don’t Let It Manage You
    Does the phrase "time management" strike terror in your heart? If so, you aren't alone. Virtually every woman who enters my office is upset by her inability to make better use of her time. In fact, ...
  • Tips for Managing Your Depression
    Do not expect too much from yourself too soon, as this will only accentuate feelings of failure. Avoid setting difficult goals or taking on new responsibilities. Break large tasks into small ones, set some priorities, and ...

 

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