Don’t put off the cure for procrastination
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Procrastination also can be a headache for those who don’t practice it but must work with someone who does. In those cases, Earley advises you to avoid triggering fear or rebellion in colleagues by not coming on too strong or being judgmental.
"Once you recognize what’s behind their behavior, then you can work to be more supportive and help them overcome their procrastination," he says.
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