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How to train your brain not to give into procrastination

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How to train your brain not to give into procrastination

Every so often, it is likely that an employee will experience some form of mental block that will result in them procrastinating.

This mental cloud could be heightened if an employee is anxious about the outcome of a project and this could impact their wellbeing and productivity. If an employee doesn’t know how to overcome mental block and this escalates into procrastination, it can be hard to overcome it.

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