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ProTip: Perfect is the Enemy of the Good

Michelle Nitchie | Feb 12, 2019 9:04:00 AM

ProSolutions - Do Not Wait

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Topics: Time Management, Innovation, Self Improvement, Growth, Procrastination, Risk Taking

ProTip: Bit by Little Bit

Michelle Nitchie | Nov 6, 2018 9:04:00 AM

ProSolutions - Small Stones

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Topics: Time Management, Self Improvement, Growth, Procrastination

ProTip: Keep Climbing

Michelle Nitchie | Oct 16, 2018 9:04:00 AM

ProSolutions - Keep Going Up the Ladder

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Topics: Innovation, Self Improvement, Procrastination

ProTip: Get Out on the Water

Michelle Nitchie | Jun 5, 2018 9:04:00 AM

ProSolutions - Cross the Sea

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Topics: Innovation, Inspiration, Self Improvement, Growth, Procrastination

ProTip: Add "Holiday Hurry" to Your Recipe for Success

Michelle Nitchie | Dec 19, 2017 9:04:00 AM

Holiday Hurry Up.pngOne of the great ways for you to overcome procrastination is by working as though you had only one day to get all your most important jobs done before you left for a month or went on a vacation. By putting the pressure on yourself, you accomplish more and better tasks, faster than ever before. You become a high-performance, high-achieving personality. You feel terrific about yourself, and bit by bit, you build up the habit of rapid task completion that then goes on to serve you all the days of your life.

- Brian Tracy, Eat that Frog

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Topics: Business Skills, Goals, Time Management, Decision Making, Procrastination

Accomplish More, Procrastinate Less

Katie Scheer | Aug 25, 2015 11:00:00 AM

ProcrastinationI get it. You are busy and have too much on your plate, and you have a hard time juggling all of your priorities. I am in the same boat, and I often get distracted by the thought of completing something rather than just going ahead and completing it. Especially lately, it's been even more important for me to tackle something immediately rather than to put off the task until later. The relief this gives to my brain, and the accomplishment of getting more done quickly, has been very beneficial.  But I am still working on this because my list of "to do's" keeps piling up, and the longer I wait to do something, the more challenging it seems, as is said in the below quote. So how do we accomplish more and procrastinate less?

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Topics: Goals, Procrastination

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