5 Strategies to Conquer the Pitfalls of Procrastination

Caitlin Keene
Beyond Booksmart

Understanding the motivation behind procrastination is often our best tool to combatting it. At times it can stem from perfectionism, where your child may be so anxious about failing at a task, it is easier not to do it at all. Other times, they may feel overwhelmed by a larger project and cannot figure out where to start. Result: they don’t. And then there is the constant and readily available nature of today’s distractions – social media, cell phones, Netflix. They can get the best of even those with above-average will power. So how can you help your child to succeed in putting procrastination out to pasture? Try these strategies to guide your student into escaping the pitfalls of procrastination for good. Read more

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