I have an advanced degree in procrastination and another one in paranoia.
Procrastination is one of the most common and deadliest of diseases and its toll on success and happiness is heavy.
One of the great challenges of our age, in which the tools of our productivity are also the tools of our leisure, is to figure out how to make more useful those moments of procrastination when we're idling in front of our computer screens.
Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.
If you have goals and procrastination you have nothing. If you have goals and you take
action, you will have anything you want.
Procrastination is probably my worst habit out of many. Especially when it comes to paperwork.
Procrastination is the seed of self-destruction.
My life is a monument to procrastination, to the art of putting things off until later, or much later, or possibly never.
There's nothing wrong with procrastination. Or is there? I'll leave it to you to decide, but only if you have the time.
Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday.
I try to procrastinate, if I can, productively, like I'll work on something else as procrastination. Or I take a walk. Because often I find, if you get out, more things come to you.
Procrastination is the thief of time.
I'd be more frightened by not using whatever abilities I'd been given. I'd be more frightened by procrastination and laziness.
Working is one of the most dangerous forms of procrastination.
I think the worst and most insidious procrastination for me is research. I will be looking for some bit of fact or figure to include in the novel, and before I know, I've wasted an entire morning delving into that subject matter without a word written.
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