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7 surprisingly good things about procrastination

The art of procrastination is not hard to master – we all know how to put off important tasks until later. Most often, it's considered a bad thing affecting our success, but now science says procrastination can be quite beneficial. Don't leave reading this article until tomorrow!



Can you call yourself a procrastinator? Or do you prefer to do everything in time?

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What are your thoughts on this subject?
25 Comments
Brigitte Kurowski-Wilson
I prefer to do everything in time
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Mar 21, 2020 9:02PM
Peter de Boer
This is an art form.
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Mar 19, 2020 1:40AM
Mack McCullough
David Borgendale, I agree 100 percent.
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Feb 17, 2020 6:18PM
Mack McCullough
Everything said is true, now i realize it's all for the better to procrastinate. It's not really a negative word.
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Feb 17, 2020 6:17PM
Don Racette
Rene Colmenares A couple of days ago I( told you that you forgot the D in Good. Today I want to remind you that following the word IS should be an "A"
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Jan 23, 2020 4:14PM
John P. Childs
I will write my comment later
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Jan 22, 2020 5:00PM
Rene Colmenares
TÉRMITES IS GOO SYNONYM FOR PROCRATINATION.
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Jan 20, 2020 5:40PM
Howard Shapses
Who wrote this Nancy Pelosi
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Jan 12, 2020 4:31PM
Richard Perkins
I would go to Procrastinators Anonymous, but I never get around to it.
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Jan 7, 2020 9:58AM
David Borgendale
In a long career as a corporate executive and entrepreneur, I learned that what is deemed as procrastination is really a refusal to meet someone else's deadlines ... timetables based on their needs, not mine. I happen to agree with everything this article says. Procrastination lets one make sure that one's own priorities and interests are being met.
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Jan 1, 2020 6:58PM
Elizabeth Topaczewska
Everything I do according to my plan , I’m well organized.
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Dec 28, 2019 7:00PM
Renato Pelejo
Things has to be done accordingly w/o delay. That's the way I look at it.
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Dec 27, 2019 10:26PM
Susan Golebiewski
Not a Procrastinator.
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Dec 27, 2019 9:55PM
CharleenandRick Dodd
I think I'll read this later...
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Dec 27, 2019 9:08PM
Ilias Tsiabardas
I do thinks my way And time now that I am in Retirement ,it wasn't like this before
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Dec 27, 2019 7:27PM

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