5 Weird (But Effective) Ways You Can Conquer Chronic Procrastination – TIME


1) "Positive" ProcrastinationYes, that’s right, procrastination can be a good thing. Dr. John Perry, author of The Art of Procrastination, explains a good method for leveraging your laziness:The key to productivity, he argues in "The Art of Procrastination," is to make more commitments — but to be methodical about it. A similar tip is described by Piers Steel, author of The Procrastination Equation:"My best trick is to play my projects off against each other, procrastinating on one by working on another."

5 Weird (But Effective) Ways You Can Conquer Chronic Procrastination
TIME
When your willpower wears down, try one of these tricks to get back on track. I’ve posted a fair amount of research related to procrastination in the past, let’s round it up so we have a useful list to refer to when willpower gets low.

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