SQLAuthority News – How to Avoid Procrastination – Professional Development #001 – Video

SQLAuthority News - How to Avoid Procrastination - Professional Development #001 - Video smallplant Professional Development is very important part of the developer’s career. It is never too early to learn about professional development as well it is never too late to learn about it. Professional development helps developer in personal growth as well as career advancement. There has been a lot of requests to me for sharing some of the professional development methodology I follow. I am glad to announce additional of this new series in SQLAuthority.com blog. Nupur Dave will be leading this series and I will participate often. This series will talk about everything which we practice related to Professional Development. Nupur has extensive experience with human psychology and have a masters degree in education. She will share some of her experience over here in the video as well in the blog posts.

The very first blog video is about procrastination – something we all have been victims during our lifetime. There are always cases when we want to do things later on or tomorrow even though we know it is very important to do that now. Procrastination is putting off doing something, especially out of habitual carelessness or laziness. In simple words – let’s do it tomorrow attitude. There are three major reasons for Procrastination.

  • Laziness or Ignorance
  • Fear of Failure or Fear of Success
  • Perfectionism or Flawlessness

In this video Nupur discusses how we can identify that we are procrastinating and later explains how to overcome the nature of procrastination. This 160 second video teaches one very important lesson for all of us develop.

Let us not procrastinate and watch the video right away:

Please leave a comment regarding what would you like to hear and listen next.

Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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  • It’s actually sounds great, adding a few more examples may assuredly make it more interesting. Hope this series will be patronage.

  • Great, thank you. I look forward to the next videos…


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