It’s often the main obstacle preventing you from pursuing your goals and becoming who you want to be.
It can also cause other painful issues, like failing at school, struggling at work, fighting with others, suffering from stress, and feeling crushing guilt.
I can help
As painful as procrastination is, there’s a lot you can do to deal with it, as long as you have the right tools for the job. I can help with that.
I’m Dr. Itamar Shatz (Cambridge PhD), a procrastination expert with a passion for helping people be better. Based on comprehensive research, I developed a novel approach to understanding and solving procrastination, which accounts for the many ways people experience it.
Over a million people read my writing each year. It’s linked from places like:
We will use a clear, research-based, step-by-step approach, in order to understand why you procrastinate and how to stop, so you can feel better and start getting things done.
The process is convenient (it’s entirely online). It can be adapted to the format that works best for you, based on your specific preferences, goals, and needs, for example in terms of pace and accountability.
Note that due to time constraints, I can only offer this as a paid service.
If you’re considering my coaching (you should!), or would like more information, write to me now, at: shatzitamar [at] gmail [dot] com
P.S. Procrastinators often delay getting help for their problems—and then forget to do it entirely—so if you’re thinking “I’ll do this later”, do yourself a favor and do it now instead.