Friday, December 8, 2017
Friday Feature: Now or Later?
Yeah. Me too.
But, as I teach my students when I introduce them to John Perry's essay on structured procrastination, procrastinating is not always a bad thing. Sure, too much of it leads to stress and ever-lengthening to-do lists, but too little of it can also reduce creativity and close us off to new ways of looking at things. The trick with procrastination, as with so many other things, is to use it in moderation.
Looking for some easy ways to break the habit? Check out "5 Ways to Beat Procrastination."
Let the productivity begin.