The Neuroscience Of Procrastination .
Author: mitsumi on 11-09-2019, 00:08, Views: 3
The Neuroscience Of Procrastination
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 30M | Lec: 15 | 338 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn what is actually going on inside your brain when you procrastinate.
I have always believed if I knew how something worked I had a better chance of fixing it. Procrastination is something that steals our time and takes away our opportunities to have a more successful life.
This course uses neuroscience findings to give you a visual representation of your brain when it decides to procrastinate, right down to a single neuron.
This course is short and to the point, which should be good for anyone who gets distracted easily and finds themselves procrastinating - how ironic.
As you go through the lectures you will most likely shake your head thinking, "Yes, that makes sense."
This is just something I put together to try and show people how the brain works when it comes to procrastination. I made it short, but there is no set solution. It is designed to give you insights.
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