How to procrastinate more productively – Yahoo Finance Australia

So, we do other things instead, whether it be smaller tasks that are easier to tackle, stealing a few minutes to scroll through social media, or exchanging messages with friends. But studies have shown that doing tasks unrelated to work can actually be good for employees – and, according to some recruitment and productivity experts, there are actually smart ways to ‘waste time’. According to The 25-Minute Meeting author and productivity expert Donna McGeorge, we usually procrastinate bigger projects by prioritising smaller tasks that are easier to tick off the to-do list.

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