Tue, 22 February 2011
Clinical psychologist Dr. Bill Knaus and philosopher Dr. Elliot Cohen explain how we can more effectively deal with the irrational thinking that defines procrastination. Dr. Cohen is a founder of philosophical counseling in the U.S., and Dr. Knaus is one of the original directors of post-doctoral training in rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT). Together, these counseling experts provide an important perspective on how to reduce procrastination and worry in our lives.
To learn more about procrastination, see procrastination.ca or The Procrastinator's Digest: A Concise Guide to Solving the Procrastination Puzzle.
Direct download: CohenKnaus.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:40pm EDT
Fri, 18 February 2011
This week, I am posting an interview that I had with Laurel Graham, a journalism student in the Journalism and Media Studies program at Griffith College in Ireland. Laurel contacted me after reading an article in The New Yorker that discussed my research on procrastination. Our conversation covered many topics that I thought would interest listeners of these podcasts, so Laurel gave her permission to post the interview as part of the iProcrastinate podcasts. I hope you enjoy it.
To learn more about procrastination, see procrastination.ca or check out my new book, The Procrastinator's Digest: A Concise Guide to Solving the Procrastination Puzzle.
Direct download: Graham_Interview.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:00pm EDT
Fri, 4 February 2011
Dr. Fuschia Sirois (Bishops University) joined me to discuss one of her recent studies entitled, "Lost in the Moment: An Investigation of Procrastination, Mindfulness and Well-being." This was a fascinating discussion of how we often focus on short-term mood repair instead of our intended goal pursuit, and how mindfulness may help us cope more effectively with the discomfort we feel when faced with an aversive task.
To learn more about procrastination, visit procrastination.ca.
Direct download: Mindfulness.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:58pm EDT