6 Reasons Why Anticipation is Important in the Office for Q4
It is estimated that one in five people are considered to be chronic procrastinators. That makes up 20 percent of our population who are suffering a serious problem. According to Joseph Ferrari, a psychology professor at DePaul University, author of ‘Still Procrastinating’, and a leading expert in the study of procrastination stated, “For those 20 percent, telling them to just “do it” is like “telling a clinically depressed person to cheer up.” Ferrari also added, “If I have a dozen things to do, obviously #10, #11, and #12 have to wait. The real procrastinator has those 12 things, maybe does one or two of them, then rewrites the list, then shuffles it around, then makes an extra copy of it. That’s procrastinating. That’s different.” So how does one overcome procrastination in the workplace? Anticipation. As we head into fourth quarter, it is important to anticipate your increasing amount of work and plan accordingly. Rymax has put together six reasons on how anticipation in the workforce is imperative. Read more and plan your future properly!