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Could Obsessive Research Be the Cure for Procrastination?

There’s a lot of ways to procrastinate. Extra pushes of the snooze button, the final cram session before an exam, waiting until midlife to pick a career. Maybe you’re procrastinating right now.

I used to believe most of this was just inertia. With a push, you could start rolling and finish the work with less effort. Procrastination was just temporary laziness.

Now I’m not so sure.

Consider chronic procrastination. These are the projects you drag your feet on regardless of how many…

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Scott H. Young

Scott H. Young

Author of WSJ best selling book: Ultralearning www.scotthyoung.com | Twitter: @scotthyoung