Productive Procrastination: The Positive Side
Productive procrastination is when you’re efficient and accomplish everything (except for the most important things).
For example: When having a hard project to crack, you may find yourself doing:
You actually worked and achieved something. Procrastinating doesn’t have to mean “doing nothing”. You can still do low-level, unimportant stuff.
Productive procrastinators are great workers. They are able to do a lot of work, provided it is not the one they should be doing at the moment.
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