Eight out of ten Germans procrastinate. So you’re definitely not alone with it, but that doesn’t really make it any better. This permanent nag and the underlying feelings of stress and anxiety of a guilty conscience go hand in hand with procrastination. We all struggle with something that could be sorted out by simply getting to action. This sounds easy and yet… it’s so hard. With Benthe and Luisa we won’t be putting off the problem until tomorrow again, we’ll tackle it today. Why do we procrastinate? If we procrastinate, does it mean we are lazy? What strategies can help us to procrastinate less and do more in the long run, without being so self-critical?
You'll get tips from the 7Mind mindfulness experts in the BARMER Campus Coach programme on how meditation and relaxation exercises can help you on the path to rid yourself of procrastination.
This is what you can expect in 90 minutes.
• What is procrastination?
• What are your individual motives for procrastinating?
• Sustainable tips & exercises against procrastination
• Meditation tips for beginners from 7Mind