iProcrastinate Podcast
Why we procrastinate and what we can do about it.
 
Here's another new book! The author, Dr. Bill Knaus, has been a regular guest on iProcrastinate Podcasts. Today, he discusses his newest book Fearless Job Hunting: Powerful Psychological Strategies for Getting the Job you Want  We discuss how we can become our own worst enemy in the job hunting process from the preparation of the resume through to social networking and interviewing. If you want to read more about Bill's book and his perspective on this "fearless job hunting," you can read this blog posting on PsychologyToday.

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Direct download: Fearless_Job_Hunting_-_A_new_book_2.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:00 AM

This week, I interviewed Dr. Joseph Ferrari of De Paul University (Chicago) about his upcoming book entitled, Still Procrastinating? The no regrets guide to getting it done. Joe, a colleague and friend, turned the table on me at different points to interview me about my upcoming book, my podcasts, blog and teaching.

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Direct download: Interview_with_Dr._Joseph_Ferrari.m4a
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Here's an interesting study about how the characteristics of a task affect our procrastination. I summarize this interesting new study, providing a summary of how task characteristics (e.g., task difficulty) as well as our motivation (e.g., I do it only because I have to) and self-control (e.g., I am good at resisting temptation) help explain why we might procrastinate on the task at hand.

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Direct download: Tasks__Motivation_affect_Procrastination.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:44 PM

A short podcast this week about a new book,  The Procrastinator's Guide to Getting Things Done (by Dr. Monica Rameriz Basco, The Guildford Press). I explain how it may be useful as a guide to a cognitive-behavioral approach. I also review one of my points of disagreement with the focus on "types" of procrastinators.

To learn more about procrastination, see our research group at procrastination.ca.
Direct download: The_Procrastinators_Guide_to_Getting_Things_Done.m4a
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