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er·ga·si·o·pho·bi·a

(er-gas'ē-ō-fō'bē-ă),
Aversion to work of any kind.
[G. ergasia, work, + phobos, fear]

ergasiophobia

(ĕr-gā″sē-ō-fō′bē-ă) [″ + phobos, fear]
Abnormal dislike for work of any kind or for assuming responsibility.
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Bill is the author of the international bestseller The Stress Response Diet and the Amazon best seller Truth The Ten Minute Life Plan: Ending Procrastination And Creating The Life You Want.
Understanding our procrastination style and having some specific tools to address it helps us open up space for more happiness in our lives," Creeden explained.
In fact, procrastination can be a good thing, when used strategically.
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In the last 40 years there's been about a 300-400% growth in chronic procrastination, which is when it becomes particularly self-defeating.
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Answering why that's the case would give us some interesting insights into what procrastination is, why it occurs, and how to minimize it," he said.
When it comes to keeping resolutions, and then reupping the ante to try again to make them work after repeated setbacks, identifying the componential problems surrounding procrastination and intention is where an individual needs to begin his or her quest for achieving goals.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "There is evident procrastination in the investigations on corruption of the Central Bank, because of political and government pressures, which are trying to freeze these investigations at the present time, at least, indicating that this procrastination will not end because of these pressures exerted on investigative committees by influential actors / unnamed / ".
Scientific research has explored the causes and effects of procrastination and provides clues as to how best to manage individuals with these tendencies.
John Perry, a philosopher from Stanford University, US, prefers structured procrastination - but it's time-wasting however you look at it.