Positive Procrastination?

Procrastination can have it’s benefits (I get many things done whilst I’m thinking about what I’m going to do – but sometimes you just have to sit down – or get out of the door – or whatever – and get on with it!): Researchers and practitioners have long regarded procrastination as a selfhandicapping and dysfunctional  behavior. In the present study, the authors proposed that not all procrastination behaviors either are harmful or  lead to Continue Reading →

A great talk hosted by @psychologiesmag, with @lucyberesford and Sadie Jones, hosted by @louisechunn

Wednesday evening, I popped along from working on The Big Bible Project, to check out the first event of its kind held by Psychologies Magazine.  Aside from snapping my calf muscle en route (2nd time in 2 weeks), I turned up in time for wine (sure it’s a great pain killer!), and had a chance to chat to some of the team from Psychologies mag – always nice to know more about the people who Continue Reading →