naturally-savvy-header

Beyond Procrastination: Stop Postponing Your Life

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: Can greater productivity, increased confidence, and a more balanced life be attainable in three simple steps?
Air Date: 11/11/15
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Renate Reimann, PhD
Renate-ReimannSince founding FreshLife Coaching in 2006, certified personal life coach Renate Reimann, PhD, has successfully worked with hundreds of talented and ambitious people who were held back by procrastination. Born and raised in Germany, Renate has an innate sense of organization and time management that has been profoundly enriched by the creative chaos and unlimited optimism of life in New York City. Add her business experience in market research to her years of college teaching, and there are few procrastination challenges she won’t be able to solve.

Renate is also the author of Beyond Procrastination: How to Stop Postponing Your Life (forthcoming in 2015 as eBook and in print) and author/narrator of the audiobook Move Beyond Procrastination and Get Things Done! (both published by FreshLife Coaching). In addition, she produced and contributed to the academic anthology Queer Families, Queer Politics: Challenging Culture and the State (Columbia University Press).

Renate holds a PhD in Sociology from The Graduate Center of the City University of New York and a Certificate in Personal and Life Coaching from New York University. She lives with her partner in New York City and works with clients all over the world.
  • Book Title: Beyond Procrastination: How to Stop Postponing Your Life
  • Guest Twitter Account: @CoachRenate
Beyond Procrastination: Stop Postponing Your Life
For almost a decade, life coach Dr. Renate Reimann has moved people from stuck to done.

In her latest book, she shares her proprietary Beyond Procrastination™ Program... an easy and effective path to greater productivity, increased confidence and a more balanced life.

This simple three-step method is extremely flexible and can be tailored to anybody’s procrastination issue. First, you identify reasons for getting stuck. Procrastination is information. If your'e not doing something, it's for a reason.

Next, learn techniques that address your hot spots. The last step is dedicated to implementing positive new behaviors for the long-term.

Dr. Reimann’s success lies in her focus on unresolved internal or external conflicts that cause procrastination rather than on personality deficits. Instead of wasting energy on self-blame, she directs all resources toward solving very specific procrastination challenges.

Listen in as Dr. Reimann joins Naturally Savvy hosts, Andrea Donsky and Lisa Davis, to share more about this three-step program, as well as tips you can implement right away to stop the procrastination of your life.
FREE RadioMD Newsletter: