Life values, active procrastination, and psychological wellbeing

Prof Richard Hicks People’s life values are thought to be inherently positive forces for decision making and giving direction to life. Some values may clash with society or workplace environments. But decision making is not always easy in complex and confusing times. This can lead to delay of decision making, or what many people would call procrastination. Procrastination in the workplace and among students is thought to be associated generally …

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