Procrastination might be a result of fear

07/18/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Poor time management might not be the reason procrastinators are unable to make progress on important tasks, Marla Tabaka writes. The real issue might run much deeper, with its roots in underlying fears. Identifying and tackling those fears can be tough but can help procrastinators get back on track, Tabaka writes.

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