Earlier this week, we delved into the world of procrastination in children, exploring its signs and strategies to help them navigate this common challenge. But what if, as you read those words, you found yourself nodding along, recognizing your own procrastination tendencies? Let's talk about it.
First things first, take a deep breath. Procrastination is not an exclusive visitor to the world of childhood—it's a familiar companion for many adults too. Whether it's putting off tasks until the last minute or feeling overwhelmed by a mounting to-do list, the struggle is real. But the good news? You're not alone, and there are ways to tackle it head-on.
Identifying Procrastination in Yourself:
Yolande Robinson, M.Ed.
Shifting Perspectives is a conversation with Yolande and Latasha that challenges Listeners to fuel themselves with diversity in the way they think, the way they work, the way they parent and the way they live their lives.
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