The Wisdom of Procrastination
By Kate Northrup on July 22, 2012
Procrastination is usually seen only as a bad thing to be avoided at all costs. Often put at the level of a personal character defect, procrastinators get a bad rap (even when they get things done!). Yet sometimes there can be wisdom and divine timing in waiting. Knowing when to trust your procrastination is key.
I often don’t start tasks right away, but I’m not a procrastinator. Traditional wisdom would have us believe that delaying even in the slightest on starting a project is automatically avoidance.
But what about the times when its not?
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