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How productive people combat the emotional triggers of procrastination

(Source: Bigstock)
Despite the fact that Tim Herrera edits the Smarter Living section for The New York Times which covers how we can build better habits for work and life, Herrera is a procrastinator. But after editing a piece on procrastination for the Times, by Charlotte Lieberman, Herrera started to think differently about it.  “At its root, procrastination isn’t about putting off a specific task. It’s associated a lot more with the emotions that we’re having regarding that task,” he