New Ways to Think About Procrastination – Part 2

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Explore your WHY

We procrastinate for all kinds of reasons. Understanding the reason or the WHY behind your procrastinating habit is another great strategy to help you make change. Since …

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New Ways to Think About Procrastination – Part 1

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“Everyone procrastinates, but not everyone is a procrastinator.” – Dr. Joseph Ferrari, psychologist

According to Dr. Ferrari, author of Still Procrastinating: The No Regrets Guide to Getting It Done, only 20% of adult men and women are procrastinators – people who procrastinate …

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Adjusting to Learning while Away from Grounds

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We have prepared several guides designed to help students adjust to distance learning. You will see communications and web resources related to technology and housing considerations elsewhere. The resources below are related more specifically to the shift from life as …

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How to Get Moving on that Project You’re Avoiding

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Do you have a huge project, paper, exam, or task looming over you? Are you feeling unsure how to begin? Overwhelmed? Scared of not completing the task? Often when we have large tasks, it is difficult to know how or …

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Tips for Getting Things Done

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Aim for progress, not perfection. Changing your behavior is hard; if you’ve been a chronic procrastinator for years, it’s unlikely that you will be able to wake up tomorrow and convince yourself that from now on you will do every …

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On Reading for Research

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Reading for research is a skill of its own. Get some tips for what that process looks like in this short article by Joli Jensen: “Lessons on the Craft of Scholarly Reading” at the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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