The following resource supports your work on the milestone: Video: Inside the Mind of a Master Procrastinator
This video is the basis for your journal entry.
Watch the video Inside the Mind of a Master Procrastinator and gather your thoughts before talking with your friend in a journal entry that addresses each of the required elements. Answer each question with a minimum of 2 to 4 sentences. Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria: Summarize the key takeaways from the video.
Address the following in your response: According to the speaker, how does procrastination work? (See the video at minutes 4:00–10:00.)
How does the speaker suggest addressing procrastination? (See the video at minutes 13:03–13:42.) Examine the connections between procrastination, coping, and motivation.
Think about the self-assessments that you completed in Modules Four and Five. Then address the following in your response:
In what ways is procrastination a negative form of coping?
In what ways is it a positive form of coping?
How might being intrinsically or extrinsically motivated relate to procrastination?
Explore your knowledge about procrastination to help a friend build resilience.
Consider a friend who struggles with procrastination.
Then share advice that you would give to this friend about how to view procrastination in another light by addressing the following in your response: When might procrastination be considered a good thing?
According to the speaker, how can our inner rational decision maker and instant gratification seeker coexist?
How do you think we can reframe procrastination in a more adaptive way to promote resilience? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arj7oStGLkU