Procrastination is like a Credit Card: it is a lot fun until you get the Bill


Procrastination is a force that prevents many people, including smart high achievers,from completing important tasks. It stops us from realising our full potential. If we procrastinate we may never accomplish the things we really want to – our long-term goals. Procrastinators tend to spend most of their time in Quadrant 4 and 3 of the Eisenhower matrix, not in Quadrant 1 and 2, which is where priorities are achieved. Eisenhower Matrix
Richard Davies, a global coach and expert in Goal science, and Jonathan Streeton, a consultant guru advising corporate companies how to achieve the execution of their strategy in the work place, explore this critical topic in a short interview:

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