Productivity tips for perceivers

Procrastination CoachBlog, Feelings, Planning for non planners3 Comments

If you’re getting desperate about your relationship with planning and to do lists, they just might not fit your personality type… Planning and to do lists do not suit everybody I just read an article that links productivity with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. It explains how working in a structured way is great for people who have a preference for … Read More

Self care against procrastination

Procrastination CoachBlog, Feelings4 Comments

Lately I noticed all the productivity techniques in the world couldn’t help me. I just did NOT want to do what I had to do anymore. Not even the work I love (well, to be honest, except for coaching calls because I absolutely always like to coach). I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: listen to what your … Read More

Should you feel shame when you’re procrastinating?

Procrastination CoachBlog, Feelings, Positive Psychology6 Comments

One thing I’ve noticed since I started Procrastination Coach, is that everybody procrastinates. Some seldom, some often. Some have their lives devoured by it, for others it’s just a slight nuisance. But everybody knows what procrastination is, and has experienced it first hand. Feelings about procrastination I feel the need to stress this, because of the second thing I noticed: … Read More

What does procrastination look like?

Procrastination CoachBlog, Exercises10 Comments

You know how monsters lurk under the bed, in the dark? And you know how to get rid of them? Right. If you want to beat your procrastination monster, you need to get to know it. Know it really well. What does your procrastination monster look like? Where does it live? How? What does it feed on? What are it’s favourite … Read More

Eat the frog

Procrastination CoachBlog, Favorite Tools, Productivity experiments13 Comments

I’m having loads of fun with my new Facebook group, called htts://  I started the group because each time I saw an interesting method, my response was the same: interesting, I should try that out one time. But I never did… So now the group is experimenting with a classic called Eat the frog. It comes down to identifying the thing … Read More