The Science of Procrastination

March 21st, 2018 | 1.5 h
20 Camden St Suite 200, Toronto, ON M5V 1V1
Capacity: 40 (15 left)

Do you ever find yourself wishing there were more hours in the day? Do you put things off only to stress yourself out at the deadline? Have you ever spent your day feeling busy, only to realize it's 5 pm and you haven't accomplished anything important? So much to do but so little time, right?

Don't worry. We've all been there.

That's why, on Wednesday, March 21st, we're excited to welcome Adela Schicker & Mathias Durand from Procrastination.com to give a talk on exactly that! Adela and Mathias have spent over 10 years applying the science of motivation, productivity and decision-making to help everyone from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies understand procrastination, why it occurs, and how to fight it. They will separate myths from methods that actually work, leaving you with a set of simple and useful tools that you can use to not only accomplish more in a day but be happier in the long-term.

So join us at 6 pm in the Camden Street lounge to learn:

-How our brains work from the self-control and willpower point of view. -How to overcome natural or adopted inclinations to inefficiency. -How to actively plan a day, rest regularly and do more work without being more tired. -How to increase inner motivation, decrease emotional aversion, and learn to manage your time more efficiently.

TICKETS: Project Spaces members: FREE* Friends and guests: $10

Who will lead you through the workshop?


Adela Schicker - Adela is a personal growth consultant and motivational speaker. She is an avid traveler having lived long term in 11 different countries in 4 continents. A vast number of different learning and working environments has given her a keen eye for people’s talents and has made her a highly effective networker. Armed with these skills together with scientific knowledge, Adela is focusing on helping companies, and individuals create and pursue their visions.

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This workshop was attended by more than 10.000 participants around the world.

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Where will the workshop take place?


Project Spaces Toronto

Address: 20 Camden St Suite 200, Toronto, ON M5V 1V1
How to get here


20 Camden St Suite 200, Toronto, ON M5V 1V1