What is this workshop about?

Our daily lives are full of movement, activities, demands... decisions! Can we keep up? Or do we feel defeated, tired and unproductive? Do we often procrastinate? Procrastination is a mixture not only of psychological, behavioral and emotional dimensions, but also of social, cultural, biological and neurological tendencies. As such, it's a much more complex issue than you might think and involves internal feelings, fears, hopes, doubts and pressures. Sometimes we don't fully understand what we're feeling and thinking and so we end up using procrastination as a way of dealing with something uncomfortable.

The "image" of procrastination is different for everyone. For some people, it might be a project waiting to be done, but for someone else it might be the face of a dear friend they want to call. So how can we tell if we're procrastinating? Let's try together to better recognize if you're procrastinating... and why.

What we’ll talk about

1. What procrastination is

    a. What it is

    b. How it manifests itself

    c. Why it appears

2. Types of procrastination

    a. Avoidance procrastination

    b. Procrastination by distraction

    c. Procrastination due to perfectionism

    d. Procrastination due to lack of motivation

    e. Procrastination due to information overload

    f. Procrastination due to lack of skills

3. Most common sources of procrastination

4. The procrastinating brain

5. Strategies for overcoming or minimizing procrastination

Details & Pricing


Book with us!


60 min.


live stream
in person

Upon request

25% discount for partners
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