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Confessions of an ex-procrastinator

Gregory Caremans, Making the Unconscious Conscious

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9 Videos (53m)
    • Introduction

    • why we procrastinate

    • Types of procrastination

    • About willpower and motivation

    • Strategies to beat procrastination

    • Dopamine driven strategies

    • Contextual strategies

    • Brain hacks

    • Conclusion


About This Class

I’m an expert in procrastination. I know all about it. The guilt, the shame, the internal struggles, ... and more importantly: how to overcome it!

Some people think that procrastinators are just lazy, but that’s really not the case. Well, there are various types of procrastinators, as we will see in this course.

To understand procrastination, we have to understand where it comes from, understand our behavior. You know, why we do the things we do the way we do them. And then, act upon it.

Join me in this fascinating and light-hearted class as I show you my journey into understanding why we procrastinate, and guide you through a dozen strategies that I used myself to help me beat this nasty habit. 

If you're one of those 20% who admit to be a chronic procrastinator, or even if you're only sporadically falling into it, you don't want to miss the new scientific insights shared in this course, which will make you look at this habit in a totally new way.

See you inside! 





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Gregory Caremans

Making the Unconscious Conscious

I have a lifelong fascination with human behavior and spent the last ten years in the Learning and Development sector.

So why do I know about brainstructures, behaviorism and social psychology? I'm the former director of the Institute of Neurocognitivism, which developed the NBA (Neurocognitive and Behavioral Approach).

Early 2014, I started Brain Academy, an organization aimed at building a bridge between brain science and every day life. We transform scientific (theoretical) s...

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