A Scientific Guide on How to Stop Procrastinating

By Applied Change

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From the author of Atomic Habits, James Clear has created ‘A Scientific Guide on How to Stop Procrastinating’. In his own words, this purpose of this guide is to break down the science behind why we procrastinate, share proven frameworks you can use to beat procrastination, and cover useful strategies that will make it easier to take action.

Visit the guide, here.

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