If You Can’t Make It Great, At Least Make It
Time blocking is a great way to procrastinate in a productive way. You can take a few moments to plan your day if you don’t feel like starting that big project. It will keep you on track for the rest of the day.
The productive procrastination technique focuses on a specific worldview: If you can’t make it great, at least make it. This approach doesn't perceive procrastination as the opposite of productivity.
Even if you’re not working on the task you set out to do, you’re still making progress on eliminating slices of your productivity pie.
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