Elevate Your Game with Productive Procrastination

First discussed by the father of American psychology William James and more recently popularized by the English psychologist Richard Wiseman (see his aptly titled book, The As If Principle: The Radically New Approach to Changing Your Life) this can be an easy fix.  Check out this great animation summarizing the idea on YouTube. I am sure you can procrastimow (do one chore avoiding another) or procrasticise (hey a good way to fit more exercise into weekly life).  It is probably not a good idea to procrastisurf (the internet variety) as your mind is not really getting a break or a chance to even nonconsciously work on ideas.

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