Most of us have come to believe that procrastination is not good for us or our business. Adam Grant author of “Originals – How Non-Conformists Move the World” has a different point of view. He asserts procrastination is often a good thing especially when it comes to creativity. From a productivity point of view procrastination may not be beneficial.
Another author Nancy Morris a Canadian Management Consultant has written a book “Procrastinate Now – Rethinking Time Management”. Nancy also asserts that procrastination has a non-deserved bad rap. Time for pausing and re-evaluation of projects is important. Waiting for the right time to launch a new project or initiative gives you the opportunity to re-access, tweak and enhance for an improved launch.
What are you working on that requires creativity and that has you pause in the middle of a project and re-evaluate?
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