Wednesday, March 29, 2006

THE ART OF PROCRASTINATION

Procrastination is not a weakness of willpower.  It is an accomplished skill.  Not everyone can wait until the last minute and then do in 1 hour what most people need 72 hours to accomplish... and still manage to do a good job in the process.  Some people might counter the practice by insinuating that the procrastinator might actually be able to do a better job if they were to spend more time on the job.  That is a subjective assumption that cannot be proven.   What can be proven is that if one were to spend less time on a project, one has more time for other projects, such as practising a healthy antioxidant lifestyle that includes a previously blogged about diet of beer, coffee, beans and potatoes!

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5 comments:

sugar1337 said...

Ya procrastination for me always leads to trouble...but I do know some that do work better under pressure.

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njmom72 said...

LOL! My hubby says that I am the queen of procrastination, especially if it's something I really hate to do.

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grwighter said...

I'm an "over the hill" 69 yr. old with 4 grandchildren; live on the periphery of the 4th largest city on the continent and live a life style that is 180 degrees from your own it seems.  What  compells  me to seek out this blog each and every day I cannot explain.  Your writing, profane and profound, lures me back to see what you have to say next.  I'd love to have your family as my neighbours but I'm afraid you guys would last about 3-days in this atmosphere of noise, traffic, smog, concrete et al.
Keep on truckin doll.