iProcrastinate Podcast
Why we procrastinate and what we can do about it.
Paralyzed by Procrastination Sometimes when we procrastinate on one thing, it seems to prevent us from doing anything at all - at least anything we think we should be doing. This week, I share a listener's story about how the most detrimental effect of his tendency to procrastinate is that it makes him put everything else on hold. I discuss the potential role of anxiety in this process as well as our sense of agency and the importance of making conscious choices.

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Direct download: Paralyzed_by_procrastination.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:35pm EST

Re-Post of the January 9th interview with Dr. Bill Knaus With the recent upgrade in the system software at LibSyn, it seems that my first interview with Dr. Bill Knaus was lost in the transfer. I'm posting it again.  This interview from January 9, 2010 was Dr. Knaus (Bill) introducing iProcrastinate Podcast listeners to his work on procrastination. It's an excellent interview for which I have received many positive reviews. Bill is the author of over 20 books, including one of the first on procrastination with Dr. Albert Ellis in the 1970's.
Direct download: Knaus_interview.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:03pm EST

Perfectionism, Evaluation Anxiety and Fear of Failure: End procrastination now with Dr. Bill Knaus This week, I invited Dr. Bill Knaus to talk about his work with and writing about procrastination. He has provided a lengthy podcast covering a great deal of important material. He focuses specifically on how we can learn to challenge our absolutist beliefs (such as perfectionism) and he moves us towards a "do it now" perspective on our lives. Note that my introduction to the podcast seems to have a strange echo in it. I will correct this in future podcasts. The majority of the podcast is recorded clearly.
Direct download: The_procrastination_excuse.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:24pm EST