Task Initiation – Reduce procrastination and get started sooner

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Duration: 30 minutes

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Course Description

Task initiation is one of the executive functions that help you get started on tasks. It also includes overcoming procrastination and starting tasks that you don’t want to do. Challenges with task initiation can lead to work being completed late (or not at all), frustration, and feeling overwhelmed. Improving your task initiation can help you reduce these feelings and regain control of your work and home tasks.

Executive functions are a set of skills that allow us to direct our focus to plan, start, remember, and continue tasks: inhibition, cognitive flexibility and working memory.

This short course takes a practical approach to boost your task initiation, demonstrating that these skills are critical to being effective and succeeding both at work and at home.

What you will learn

  • Uncover the neuroscience  of procrastination
  • Discover exactly what causes procrastination in you and your life
  • Find out how to break free of procrastination and move towards the life you want
  • Learn some new strategies that you can start using straight away to improve your ability to start tasks sooner and reduce procrastination

Your Course Coach

Matt Rossler is an accredited coach with over 10 years’ experience supporting adolescents and adults to improve their executive function skills and achieve their career, academic and life goals. Matt also works with groups and organisations where he provides training on executive functions and productivity, an area he specialises in.

This course is aimed at anyone who wants to discover what the truth is behind procrastination is and who is ready to end procrastination in their lives and move forward.

“I really loved this course and was able to begin applying the techniques to my daily life! I can definitely see a noticeable change in my routine.”

“A simple breakdown and understanding of habits which form procrastination. Then good strategies on how to change these to get more things done.”

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