Procrastination

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LIFE COACHING (MOD 6) Mind Map on Procrastination, created by wezzbox on 05/01/2013.

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Procrastination
1 ANXIETY
1.1 Perceived threat to self esteem if you engage in task (and can't do it perfectly)
1.1.1 Failure to engage with activity provides short-term relief from anxiety
1.1.2 e.g. rejection if what you do isn't good enough
1.1.3 long-term enjoyment or fulfilment is lost for sake of immediate relief
1.1.4 Could also be other threats such as financial costs, loss of a friend, etc.
1.1.5 welcome distractions as a lifestyle as it temporarily allays fears of failure
2 LFT: (LOW FRUSTRATION TOLERANCE)
2.1 Perceived inability to endure frustration, boredom, hard work, discomfort, etc.
2.1.1 Unpleasant tasks are avoided or given up quickly
2.1.2 Core is:"I can't stand present pain for future gain"
2.1.3 Unfinished unpleasant tasks pile up more
2.1.3.1 Increased stress
3 REBELLION
3.1 Way of expressing your anger at someone by delaying tasks
3.1.1 resentment at the way you are being treated
3.1.2 Provides a temporary sense of control or 'being boss'
3.1.3 can backfire by causing more tension or further loss in the relationship
4 CONSEQUENCES
4.1 SELF SABOTAGE
4.1.1 self-development
4.1.2 personal maintenance
4.1.3 increased stress
4.1.3.1 alcohol abuse
4.1.3.2 substance abuse
4.1.4 debt, etc.
4.1.5 increased health issues
4.1.5.1 compromised immune system
4.1.5.2 increased colds and flu
4.1.5.3 gastrointestinal problems
4.1.5.4 insomnia
4.1.6 squander resources through bad planning and failure to act promptly
4.2 OTHER PEOPLE
4.2.1 life quality of family
4.2.2 others have to carry burden of responsibilities
4.2.2.1 causes resentment
4.3 DISHONESTY & LIES
4.3.1 e.g. "I'll feel more like it tomorrow"
4.3.2 e.g. "I work best under pressure"
4.3.3 loss of credibility
4.4 Tend to mix with friends who accept their excuses, and so reinforce their lifestyle
5 HEALTH ISSUES
5.1 There may genuinely be a complete emotional block concerning a particular issue
5.2 There may be physical reasons why a task is not attempted or delayed
6 SKILL DEFICITS
6.1 May fear appearance of being dumb if acknowledged
6.2 May be unaware of how to proceed with improvement
7 INDECISION
7.1 chronic inability to make decisions
7.1.1 absolves you of responsibility for outcome

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