Procrastination’s link to kludgy Executive Functioning

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

Getting a Round Tuit
CUTE — but not very helpful

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
Reflections from posts in the Challenges Series

Oh those clever seminar leaders!

Found HERE

We all love the little gifties that are passed out at a great many seminars we have attended, seminars designed to help us fashion lives that are more productive and enlivening.

Most of us have a list of things we intend to do when “we get around to it” — but I can’t imagine how being gifted with a little round reminder that we need to STOP “procrastinating” and “just DO it” is going to make one whit of difference.

In most cases it’s shaming, actually, regardless of how positive the humorous intent – and shame rarely works well as a motivational technique.

Related Post: The Top Ten Reasons to Reframe Procrastination

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2 thoughts on “Procrastination’s link to kludgy Executive Functioning

  1. Kate, you are a marvel. I left a comment under the notification on my blog already, but I want to make SURE you understand that, should you decide you’d like to be part of the upcoming Group Coaching, your money’s no good with me!

    You’ve already MORE than earned your place at my table helping me get the word out to so many new people. THANK YOU!
    xx,
    mgh

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