a good thing?
WE’RE OFTEN TAUGHT that procrastination is a bad thing. Some say it
results in wasted time, lost opportunities and even health issues—
especially when you realize that something due tomorrow has not
been started today. Others claim it can help you make better
decisions, be more creative and eliminate unnecessary tasks.
What do you think?
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC.
On the internet, search:
• Why procrastination is good for you.
• Six reasons to embrace procrastination.
• Procrastination: Three reasons it’s worse than you ever thought it was.
• Eight ways procrastination can destroy your life.
If you know you can write a quality paper in three hours, go for it.
“Down to the wire” is not necessarily poor time management; it’s all
about being aware of your abilities
and knowing the value of a minute.
We should be less fearful and do
Sometimes a situation will work
itself out before you have to take
an action, but if it’s a situation
where you are certain you want
to have influence on the outcome,
it’s better to act sooner.
Procrastination is almost always
bad. A wise man called it “the thief
It depends on the person. Some
people work well under pressure
and/or a tight deadline, so procrastinating is good for them. Others
don’t work that well under pressure, so waiting until the last minute probably isn’t a good idea.
There is a fine line between procrastination and laziness!
—Connie VonBehren Hull
Not when you see a good buy at
Costco. Snooze, you lose.
—Barbara Ann Voetsch