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A nudge to beat procrastination


🟣 Neuroscience regularly explores how procrastination works and the best ways to OVERCOME RESISTANCE to taking action. A recent article shows the impact of the “to do” deadline on the action itself. It appears that a short deadline or the absence of deadline are two situations much more favorable to the PASSING TO THE ACT than a long deadline. In my view, this result opens up fascinating prospects for concrete applications for MANAGEMENT.

🟣 What do you think of my analysis? I would be happy to discuss this with you…

🟣 To learn more, I invite you to read the article by Stephen Knowles et al., University of Otago, “Procrastination and the non-monotonic effect of deadlines on task completion”, in Economic Inquiry (paid article).



International Executive Coach and Consultant

Antoine Leygonie-Fialko is an International Executive Coach, ICF certified at PCC level, specializing in supporting international leaders "Towards CLEAR, CALM, CARING and POWERFUL thinking".

He is the founder of the CO-CREATiVE Communication® and the company CADRAN which operates globally. Previously, he managed 7 companies, from start-ups to corporate, in France and internationally (Europe, Asia, America, Africa), in various industries (construction, architecture, internet, HR…).

Today, with more than 2,000 hours of Executive Coaching, he works remotely with international leaders and their teams who want to unleash the power within their singularity in front of strong challenges requiring them to get out of their comfort zone & known mental frameworks.

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