Leadership Nugget: The Top 3 Causes of Procrastination

PROCRASTINATION

Do you struggle with Procrastination? According to author Darius Foroux, 88% of the workforce admits that they procrastinate at least one hour daily.  In today’s Leadership Nugget, Chuck shares 3 main reasons for procrastination. 

The Most Common Causes of Procrastination:

  • Fear
  • A Sense of Entitlement
  • Perfectionism

Chuck references the best-selling book, “Take The Stairs: 7 Steps to Achieving True Success

Do you battle with any of these issues that Chuck mentioned?  If so, what are some small but strategic changes you can make in your thinking and habits to move you to a position of strength in this important area? Perhaps reading Rory Vaden’s book might be a good first step.

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