Posts Tagged Under: philosophy

How to Procrastinate Like a Pro

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the act or habit of procrastinating, or putting off or delaying, especially something requiring immediate attention:

She was smart, but her constant procrastination led her to be late with almost every assignment.

Everyone knows procrastination is productivity’s arch enemy. Putting off stuff clogs up your mind and your desk, it affects team goals and even individual teammates, your parents are disappointed with you, your boss gets angry, all that stuff. But what if I told you that procrastination can become an art that you can master and impress everyone around you with the results?

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William James Said It First

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Isn’t it awesome to find that you’re capable of more than you thought? Unexpected realizations have a special place in our hearts, and for good reason too: doing what we thought to be impossible marks our existence in the most profound ways possible. Think the light bulb, the telephone, or rockets to the moon.

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Quote of the Day By Plato

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Politics isn’t on everyone’s agenda. Young people, for instance, have little interest in positions of governance and organized control over a community. But according to a guy who lived hundreds of years before Christ, everyone should consider it a very important matter.

He cleverly narrowed it down to a single sentence.

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The Company To Join In Order To Get Rich Fast

Recently, a friend asked me to talk to his son who will soon be a fresh IT graduate. His son received tempting job offers from three companies and he was kind of puzzled as to what company to choose at the start of his career.

After discussing with the young man for about ten minutes, I was a little puzzled myself, because he was not actually looking for advice, but for valid reasons not to join any of those companies.

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