Circulaire Costco - 01 Juillet 2018 - 31 Août 2018 - EXPIRÉ

Circulaire Costco - 01 Juillet 2018 - 31 Août 2018 - EXPIRÉ

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YES FROM EXPERTS IN THE FIELD DOES PROCRASTINATION interfere with success? Definitely not. When we WHAT DO YOU THINK? lookat behaviour, without exploringthe emotions that motivate it, we may over- Is procrastinating a good look influences that account for individual differences. Everything we do i motivated by our desire to turn on posi For example, we may be motivated to get something done because doing so is enjoyable or because it will relieve the anxietywe feel about an unfinished task. thing emotions or turn off negative ones. The different task-completion timing ofprocrastinators and non-procras tinators has to do with when their emotions are activated and what activate them. Looming deadlines trigger emotions that motivate procrastinat efficiently and accurately compl Mary Lamia (marylamia.com) ar When not tangibly working on a task, deadline-driven procrastinators cog nitively organize information and plan their approach. Eventually, an immi nent deadline will activate a burst of emotional energy that focuses their attention on the task at hand. Deadline-driven procrastinators can complete written work inone draft. They also have ways to create deadlines when cut-off points don'texist. For example, they may challenge themselves by constructing a list oftasks to complete within a giventime frame. Missing a deadline consti tutes lateness, and deadline-driven procrastinators are never late gist and the author of What Motivates Getting Things Done (Rowman & Littlefield Publish- ers, 2017). Click here In contrast, task-driven non-procrastinators are emotionally activated by uncompleted tasks, which compel them to take immediate action. Although proud of being efficient and productive, they are often driven by a fear of for- gettingor by anxietythat an unforeseen obstacle might interfere with complet ing a task. Their urgency can be at the expense of spending time with loved ones, relaxing or producing qualitywork. Some people claim they fail because theyprocrastinate. However, it's more na Click here to email debate comments things done. Rather than explore what's really going on, the emotion of shame motivates them to save face by blaming their failure on procrastinating. C See Member Comments for more Debate responses NO FROM EXPERTS IN THE FIELD MORE THAN 40 years ofempirical evidence clearly shows that procrastination MAY/JUNE DEBATE RESULTS logical states and outcomes, such as poor ne lf-contro s conscientiousness andDo the benefits of no-frills periormance, lower self-esteem, poo greater perfectionistic concerns, as well as negative emotions such as anxi ety, stress and guilt. The Procrastination Research Group's most recent editeddisadvantages? collection of work, Procrastination, Health, and Well-Being (Elsevier, 2016) shows how procrastination-through the direct effects of stress and the indi recteffects of fewer wellness behaviours (e.g., poorer sleep habits, less exe and poorer diet)-contributes to poorer health and well-being. We published flying outweigh the 32% YES 68% NO Percentage reflects votes received Psychology profes- astinon de.ees o be that these proponents are confusing and Individual Dif ces that demon- and his students at a aper in volume 120 of Persona Results may reflect Debate being picked up by blogs strates howterms such as "active procrastination" defy logic or common sens Vhy would anyone believe that have been studying procrastination (procrastination.ca) ing things done? The answer seems t procrastination with other forms ofdelay COMMENT ON AN UPCOMING DEBATE Although all procrastination is delay, not all delay is procrastination. There re many forms of delay in our reasons and foreveryday planning. Some things have to wait while other, more We purposely delay things for practical ON FACEBOOK our opinion may appear in a future issue of The Connection hings get done sin Of course, there aretimes when we do procrastinate and it pays off, such as whencircumstances change andthe task is no longer necessary or relevant. We Like us on facebook ang on to t future. Ifprocrastinators are exceptional at anything, it's self-deception facebook.com/CostcoCanada mem ne Is procrastination a valid strategy for getting things done? Although last-minute efforts may get a task done a certain pathos to needing a fire lit under us to get moving. Research shows that these last-minute efforts are marred by errors. We don't work better under pressure, and even the creative arts depend on showing up and the discipline of engagement. C Opinions expressed are those of the individuals or organizations represented and are presented 1S oster discussion. Costco and The Costco Connection take no position on any Debate topic JULY/AUGUST 2018 The Costco Connection 15

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