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The Procrastination Problem

The Procrastination Problem

It’s a new day.

You wake up full of energy. And you start wondering about all the things you have to do.

You make up your best plans and are ready to start your most productive day of the year. But then, time passes, and you’re left behind.

You procrastinate a bit. Then, you remember you have to do something you have missed. Time passes. It’s evening. And you haven’t achieved much of what you imagined.

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