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Get To Work By Meeting Procrastination Head-On

Being smart, energetic, and creative won't save you from procrastination, but knowing the whys and hows of it can be a big help. Here are four things you might not know about your worst habit. There’s a huge distance between the physical energy it takes to run on a treadmill--the muscles, calories, and breath--and the often larger emotional energy it takes to head to the gym after a stressful day.
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