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What kind of procrastinator are you?


A distracted procrastinator

Holidays are your favourite time to think and dream, and you’re never short of ideas and plans for changes you want to make, or avenues to explore. But, daily life takes over once you’re home and, before long, you’re back in ‘doing mode’ with your time and energy spent firefighting the challenges that seem to perpetually come your way. The truth is, busyness is often a welcome distraction from the scarier prospect of stepping out of your comfort zone to make change happen. You might tell yourself you’ll get on with your plans as soon as you’re on top of things but, the truth is, that time never comes, because new reasons to procrastinate come up all the time, if you let them.

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