Bellamie talks about why procrastination plagues us at some point in our lives and how we can overcome it with a simple practice of letting go. Buddhist philosophy emphasizes the importance in letting go of the labels that we are imposed on by others. The labels we create for ourselves become threatened by the actions we have to make because if we either succeed or fail, they threat our own identities. We avoid getting hurt or being let down by delaying taking the necessary actions, thus the cause of procrastination. (captioned)

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