A significant portion of the world’s population experiences procrastination on a regular basis, with an even larger proportion to be found among the college-going student population. Commonly thought to be related to time management, work discipline and other similar contexts, the roots of procrastination can be found deeper within us, and for most of us, exists in an emotional context.

You’ll learn about the reasons behind your procrastination, and we’ll also suggest simple daily activities to enhance your emotional wellbeing and stabilise your emotions in addition to helping you cope with the pressures that may have initiated the phenomenon within you. We may suggest hypnotherapy in some cases for faster results.

Unless otherwise specified, all prices mentioned are for a single session. The complete course may require more than a single session depending on individual circumstances. All sessions include a 15 minute follow up session, free of cost, one week onward. If you require multiple sessions, please speak with us about a discount, which we’re happy to extend to you, if you’re booking / paying in advance.

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Procrastination is the act of delaying or postponing tasks or actions that need to be completed. It is a common behavior that affects many people, and can often result in stress, anxiety, and poor productivity. There are many different reasons why people procrastinate, including fear of failure, lack of motivation, and poor time management skills. Here are some strategies for overcoming procrastination:
  1. Break tasks into smaller, more manageable pieces: Breaking down larger tasks into smaller, more manageable pieces can help individuals feel less overwhelmed and more motivated to get started.
  2. Set specific goals and deadlines: Setting specific goals and deadlines can help individuals stay focused and motivated, and can provide a sense of accountability.
  3. Use a timer or schedule: Using a timer or schedule to allocate time for specific tasks can help individuals manage their time more effectively and reduce the likelihood of procrastination.
  4. Remove distractions: Distractions such as social media, email, and phone notifications can often lead to procrastination. Removing or minimizing these distractions can help individuals stay focused on the task at hand.
  5. Focus on the benefits of completing the task: Focusing on the benefits of completing a task, such as feeling a sense of accomplishment or reducing stress, can help individuals stay motivated and overcome procrastination.
  6. Practice self-compassion: Recognizing that procrastination is a common behavior and practicing self-compassion can help individuals avoid feelings of guilt or shame, and instead focus on taking positive steps towards completing tasks.
In addition to these strategies, it is important to recognize that procrastination is often a symptom of deeper issues, such as anxiety, depression, or ADHD. In some cases, working with a mental health professional or coach may be helpful in addressing underlying issues and developing strategies for managing procrastination. In conclusion, procrastination is a common behavior that can lead to stress, anxiety, and poor productivity. By breaking tasks into smaller pieces, setting specific goals and deadlines, using a timer or schedule, removing distractions, focusing on the benefits of completing tasks, and practicing self-compassion, individuals can overcome procrastination and improve their productivity and overall well-being.

Additional information

Program duration

1 sitting onward

Number of sessions

1 session onward

Additional Sessions

Available on demand. Chargeable.

Session duration

50 minutes

Mode of delivery

Video call

WhatsApp Support

Not included