July 30, 2016
Procrastination, the action of postponing or delaying something that needs to be accomplished, is generally seen as a negative habit, that we should all try to kick. Psychologist attribute it to perfectionism, laziness, distraction and other negative factors. However, I have found procrastination to affect almost everyone to some extent, even diligent and disciplined people. In today’s episode, I am making the case that procrastination may be a useful activity that allows us to get things done. I have identified 5 things that procrastination allows us to have, all of which help performance.
Tune into the show or read the transcripts and let me know what you think of my theory.
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