Procrastinate as much as possible. Seriously. You’re going to do it anyway, so you might as well do it right.
You don’t have to stop procrastinating as long as you’re doing it properly. Find out how in this short video.
In order to make procrastination your friend, you need to do three things:
- Whenever you commit to something, you always put it in your calendar.
- Keep a simple system for processing your items, like the one I teach in my book, Invaluable.
- Keep a “perhaps” list to stay focused. Instead of putting good, low-priority items on your calendar, put them on the perhaps list instead.
What would you suggest about procrastinating appropriately? Please leave a comment on this page, and let’s talk.
Principles to Learn:
- In my system, there’s no prioritization of tasks. Priority is a function of time.
- Your calendar is your ultimate prioritization tool. It’s your master list.
- Your “Perhaps” list is for good, but distracting, ideas that you’re not ready to commit to yet.
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