Most people are master procrastinators. We put off the uncomfortable conversation with a coworker and put up with the problem forever. Instead of starting that company, presenting an idea or suggesting an alternative, we stay in our seat. Why? Because the thought of something going wrong wins out over the action of trying. Peter Bregman’s recent post “The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination” gets to the root of the problem with sound action and encouragement to help you move forward with confidence!
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