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Do you suffer from procrastination?

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Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Procrastination in Milton Keynes

If you ask most people if they are a procrastinator they will often reluctantly tell you about all the things they ‘put off’ doing.

Most people will procrastinate about certain tasks at certain times in their life. Studies have found that around 20% of adults in the general population are chronic procrastinators. So this means procrastination is a fairly typical behaviour for a lot of people, so remember you are not alone!

However, there is a difference between general procrastination, which we all do at certain times, and more problematic procrastination.

So if you are a person who finds procrastination has taken over and stopped you from doing the things you want to do; you may want to think about using a combination of Cognitive  Behavioural Therapy and Hypnosis.

This is likely to help you to understand and deal with your procrastination, leading to a more fulfilling life.

What Is Procrastination?

Often people mistake procrastination for laziness and believe it to be a character flaw. However procrastination has nothing to do with being lazy. So, if it isn’t laziness, then what do we really mean by procrastination?

People will often describe procrastination as ‘putting off’, ‘postponing’, ‘delaying’, ‘deferring’ or ‘leaving to the last minute’ – all of which are valid ways of looking at it. My definition is “making a decision for no compelling reason to delay or only partly finish a task or goal you’ve committed too; and instead doing something of lesser importance, despite there being negative consequences to not following through on the original task or goal”.

Where does procrastination reign?

Being a procrastinator doesn’t mean you are necessarily a person who delays or doesn’t complete everything in life, although this may be the case for some people.

There are so many different areas of our lives in which we can procrastinate. Some of these areas may be more obvious (study or work projects for example) and others may be more subtle (health check-ups, changing our diet or exercise routine). Any task we need to complete, any problem we need to solve or any goal we might want to achieve can be a source of procrastination. For many people, there will be certain areas of their life they are able to keep on top of and certain areas where procrastination reigns.

If procrastination is an issue in your life then call 01908 265410 for more information or to book a free consultation.

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