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Friday, March 25 • 2:55pm - 3:05pm
Procrastination as a success instrument: A double-edged sword for and against career growth

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“I will do this later” is something quite a number of people say to push tasks forward indefinitely. Oftentimes, traditional procrastination robs us of life-changing opportunities without us knowing. And to a lesser degree, active procrastination is utilized by people to realize positive outcomes. Dealing with procrastination isn’t magic, as it involves us consciously building habits that would help us identify when we are procrastinating and also personalized ways to deal with them.

Dealing with procrastination requires learning and unlearning of habits and also some level of self-discipline. As a career-oriented person, having your own way of dealing with procrastination should be of utmost importance to you. This talk will help you identify your procrastination cues, and how best to utilize them positively or discard them completely.

If you have been wondering about the best way to deal with your procrastination issues in order to position you for success in your career trajectory, then this session might have answers to your wonderings.

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Mardiyyah Oduwole

Co-technical lead DS/ML, She Code Africa
Mardiyyah is a Machine learning engineer with a knack for ML Research and also a strong advocate for personal and career development. You can talk to me extensively about any of the aforementioned fields and more.

Friday March 25, 2022 2:55pm - 3:05pm WAT
Lagos Hall