Is Procrastination A Virtue?

Procrastination has gotten a bad name over the years. How can anyone hope to achieve their goals if they are putting off their work until later?

A Positive View of Procrastination?

According to Rory Varden, in his book Procrastinate on Purpose, procrastination can be exactly the right choice if you want to achieve your goals. The issue isn’t putting off key tasks but rather putting off the things that shouldn’t be done earlier than planned if there is no strategic benefit.

You have a limited amount of time, energy, brainpower, willpower, and money. Any task you do right now is pushing another action out of the way to make space for it. That is fine if you are choosing the best action for reaching your goals. Though, if not, it is best to choose to procrastinate.

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