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Which of These Two Approaches to Procrastination Works for You?

There is more than one way to eat a frog.

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We’ve all dealt with procrastination. It’s that thief of time and energy that saps our productivity and can leave us feeling utterly powerless and pessimistic.

And it’s likely that we’ve all gotten a piece of advice about how to deal with procrastination…




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