Fri Mar 30, 2007 4:31 pm Post
Wed Jun 06, 2007 2:50 am Post
This is a great one.
This one is lifted straight from the genius mind of John Perry, a philosophy professor at Stanford.
Read his original description, by all means. You even get to see a photo of him practicing jumping rope with seaweed on a beach while work awaits. Outstanding.
The gist of Structured Procrastination is that you should never fight the tendency to procrastinate -- instead, you should use it to your advantage in order to get other things done.
Generally in the course of a day, there is something you have to do that you are not doing because you are procrastinating.
While you're procrastinating, just do lots of other stuff instead.
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