3 times when procrastination is the best option – The Standard

Accomplishing tasks at their defined time is the often-recommended approach, but waiting for a better time to do the task is not that bad either. An article by Jonh Rampton published on entrepreneur.com strongly advocates for procrastination as it benefits entrepreneurs and business owners. He goes on to mention other successful people who are procrastinators like Leonardo Da Vinci, Frank Lloyd Wright, Thomas Jefferson, Bill Clinton, Mark Twain, Margaret Atwood and the Dalai Lama.

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