• Procrastinators and doers have different brains - here's how you can find the benefit in all those times you get distracted

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    Procrastinators and doers have different brains.
    People who get distracted have a larger amygdala, which is the fear centre.
    This means they are more likely to delay because they are wary of the outcome of a project.
    The way to tackle this is to design your procrastination.
    If you're going to get distracted anyway, you may as well do something worthwhile with your time.
    I've already put off writing this article for about a week. Ironic, considering it's about procrastination.
    New research has found that there's actually a difference between doers - the people who just get stuff done - and...
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