Renate Reimann, PhD, is a practicing life coach, sociologist, and former college professor. She has helped hundreds of clients to achieve goals they were almost ready to abandon and create balanced and fulfilled lives.
In this interview, we not only delve into Dr. Reimann's tips on how to improve procrastination, but to also discover individual triggers for delaying behaviors.
With respect to addiction, procrastination is a subtype of negative thinking. And negative thinking can be an addictive behavior. Most procrastinators' exhibit characteristics of low self-esteem and by correcting the low self-esteem the procrastination improves.