On Season 2, Episode 3 I explore why so much of the root issue with procrastination has to do with our emotions. Especially the difficult emotions of anger, sadness and fear. I look at why these emotions aren’t negative - they actually serve a purpose for us! And I share what role they play and how we can become curious about them instead of treating them as a problem that needs to be fixed.
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Here are some links you might find helpful after listening to today’s episode:
“Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do with Self-Control)” - New York Times
“Procrastinate Much? Manage Your Emotions, Not Your Time.” - New York Times