Workshop: How To Beat Procrastination

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Workshop: How To Beat Procrastination
Procrastination is humorously defined as “putting off until tomorrow what you put of yesterday until today.” Consequently, a procrastinator is “one who puts off until tomorrow the things he has already put off until today”.

According to scholarly research, nowadays 20% of people are chronic procrastinators. There are a number of negative consequences of procrastination! To mention just a few of them: wasted time, missed opportunities, shallow relationships, regrets and bereavement.

In the course of the workshop you will understand the main reasons standing behind procrastination; furthermore, you will learn what is there inside the mind of a chronic procrastinator.

You will also get acquainted with how perfectionism, willpower, self-discipline, emotional intelligence, and procrastination are connected. You will also acquire various strategies with the help of which you can beat procrastination.

The workshop will be interactive and will allow you to connect in small groups with other open-minded people like you.

In the course of the workshop you will understand
• the reasons why we procrastinate
• what is there inside the mind of a chronic procrastinator
• what harmful consequences procrastination leads to

You will get acquainted with
• how perfectionism and procrastination are connected

By the end of the workshop, you
• Will acquire various strategies with the help of which you can beat procrastination.

3 Reasons why you should come to the workshop:
1. You will learn how to break a habit of procrastination and replace it with a good one.
2. Being surrounded by positive, optimistic, and friendly people, in safe circumstances, you will learn how get out of your comfort zone.
3. You will get support from an experienced coache and from the other participants of our workshop.

Registration is required.

Participation fee:
2 000 HUF (you pay at the door)
Place: MagNet Community House
Address: 1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 98.
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