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Rethinking Procrastination: Positive Effects of "Active ...

Passive procrastinators are procrastinators in the traditional sense. Cognitively, passive procrastinators do not intend to procrastinate, but they often end up postponing tasks because of their inability to make decisions quickly and to thereby act on them quickly. Active ...

Confessions of a Procrastinator Wartburg College Chapel ...

Like many of you fellow procrastinators, I live and die by the procrastinator's motto, "Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow?"

Procrastinators: Which One Are You?

Procrastinators: Which One Are You? Identify your procrastination type and learn to manage it Adapted from "It's About Time: the 6 Styles of Procrastination and How to Overcome Them" by Dr. Linda Sapadin with Jack Maguire, Penguin Books, 1996.

Procrastinators' Days

AIA New York Chapter 4th Annual Procrastinators' Days Thursday November 30 and Friday December 1, 2006 Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place @ Bleecker Street Once again the AIA NY Chapter is offering a way to fill in the gaps in your 2006 continuing education transcript.

Putting off Until Tomorrow What is Better Done Today ...

Putting off Until Tomorrow What is Better Done Today: Academic Procrastination as a Function of Motivation Toward College Work.


PROCRASTINATORS WORKSHOP Friday, December17, 2010 OTCO-B11289-OM Patrick L. Antonelli Assistant OTCO Director (614) 302-5715 WATER/WASTEWATER UTILITY MANAGEMENT

The Procrastinator's Guide to Getting Things Done

Everyone waits until the last minute sometimes, but chronic procrastinators delay constantly, and often automatically. Putting off for today what can be done tomorrow may work in the short run, ...

Conference "Counseling the procrastinator in academic settings"

4 12:15 - 13:00Rob Topman, University of Leiden, The Netherlands: Digital coaching of procrastinators Abstract: Information & communication technology (ICT) ...

Procrastinators, Think Now About Disaster Preparedness

Vol. XIX, No. 9 June 2004 If there is any advice Don Harwig, Director of Facilities Management, would give County employees prior to a hurricane or other natural disaster, it's "Be prepared.


Procrastinators actively look for distractions, particularly ones that don't take a lot of commitment on their part. Checking email is almost perfect for this purpose.