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!
If you simply don't care about the task, it's time to rethink your plans and daily routine. Even if it's a part of your job – is it really worth getting over yourself?
It's different if you are afraid not to be good enough in what you do. When you really care about the result, taking some extra time can be necessary. This only means you have high awareness and can prevent (and accept) your potential mistakes.
Can you call yourself a procrastinator? Or do you prefer to do everything in time?
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