Getting started

Do you often find it difficult to get started and find yourself putting off actions or tasks to a later time? In English we have a word for this. We call it ‘procrastination‘ (in German ‘Aufschub’ or ‘Verzögerung’ or even ‘Verschleppungstaktik’).

Take a look at this lovely little video clip if you need ideas on how not to start doing the work you should really be doing! I hope it helps you!

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Written by Christine Burgmer

2. July 2014