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3 Ways to Get Past Procrastination – Part One

3 Ways to Get Past Procrastination – Part One

Talking to business people every day, and of course running my own business, I understand many of the challenges involved in running a small business. Often the challenges are personal ones rather than related to business skills. Perhaps one of the most common is the tendency to procrastinate.  ..

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3 Ways to Get Past Procrastination - Part Two

3 Ways to Get Past Procrastination - Part Two

In Part One ‘3 Ways to Get Past Procrastination’ we looked at the effect of being too specific when ‘chunking’ tasks, or in some cases, not being specific enough. In this post, we’ll delve into our bias or aversion towards certain types of tasks, which is created over time and can make it harder or easier to get started. We’ll also examine the role of self-esteem and personal expectations in procrastination. ..

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6 Ways to Examine Incoming Information

6 Ways to Examine Incoming Information

How much information are you asked to digest every day? Many of us are constantly bombarded with information. The internet, e-mails, TV, books, advertising, newspapers, magazines, tablets, smart phones etc.  ..

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Nonzero – The Logic of Human Destiny

Nonzero – The Logic of Human Destiny

Robert Wright is an American journalist, scholar, and prize-winning author. In his landmark book ‘Nonzero – The Logic of Human Destiny’(1) he opens with the following quote from Charles Darwin: ..

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Do you have a difficult message?

Do you have a difficult message?

Big Emotions – Small Danger: Have you ever noticed how people can very easily get worked up into a frenzy when there is a threat that is dramatic but remote? For example; ten people a year are killed by sharks while 475,000 are killed by other people and 725,000 people are killed by mosquitos. ..

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