Productivity Masterclass: The Psychological View Of Procrastination And How To Overcome It

Vladimir Raykov, Marketing and Sales Manager

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4 Videos (13m)
    • Intro

    • Procrastination As A Psychological Problem

    • How To Overcome Procrastination For Good

    • Your Project And Next Steps...


About This Class

Did you know that procrastination is one of the strongest enemies of personal productivity?

Did you know that procrastination is something more than just a putting things off?

In fact, it is a complex psychological issue, related to low self-esteem.

If you put things off on a regular basis and you would like to stop that because you realize it’s hurting your productivity and your life as a whole. Then, I invite you to enroll in this class.

We’ll talk about this problem from a psychological perspective and you will learn exactly what procrastination is. You will learn how to detect it, and very specific steps to overcome procrastination.

My name is Vladimir Raykov, hit the enroll button, I’m waiting for you inside.

PS: This class is a part of a series called Productivity Masterclass. Below you can find the rest of the classes:

Productivity Principles: Skyrocket Your Productivity And Get The Right Things Done -

Productivity Masterclass: Create A Conducive Working Environment & Identify Time-Wasters -

Productivity Masterclass: Create A Powerful Morning Routine & Acquire New Skills -

41 of 47 students recommendSee All

This is a quick, positive class with some insightful points to think about.
I liked the idea that sometimes the way out of procrastination is saying "no" too. A lot of freedom comes with that.
This helped me to find the REAL reason of delaying some projects. Thank you!





Vladimir Raykov

Marketing and Sales Manager

Vladimir Raykov works as a Marketing Manager at an innovative and highly developing company for software solutions.

Vladimir has a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and has successfully completed courses on a Master's level on Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Knowledge at Copenhagen Business School.

He is an author, blogger and one of his deepest passions is leadership - bringing out the best in people. Moreover, Vladimir is certified by Case Western Reserve University on a course - Inspiring Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence. The course was conducted by professor Richard Boyatzis.

Social Media enthusiast with more than 60000 followers on the two of his Twitter accounts (@vladimirraykov and @tech_innovator).

His highest priorities are family and friends. He does and is interested in online teaching and learning as he thinks that these two terms are the new currency of the future.

A strong believer in education, Vladimir is willing to share his knowledge with others.