What, you say? That makes no sense. Procrastination is a thing to be avoided, not perfected.
But let’s face it: some of you — us! — will always be procrastinators. If it is something that will be always with us, why not make the best of it?
That’s what this piece argues. By structuring your procrastination, you can still get important things done…it just not the thing you really ought to be doing.
So take a lesson from that piece on structured procrastination and go do the second most important thing on your list. Or third. Whatever.
I’d like to add that if you do that, you might get some wind in your sails and find that after you’ve effectively procrastinated, you can go back and work on the thing that you really ought to be doing.
Procrastination: make it work for you.
P.S. Yes, I wrote this as a way to avoid some things I should be doing.