Monday, May 16, 2005

What does procrastination cost?

When I was heading to that url, I was happy that someone finally put a lot of effort into the study of procrastination costs and published it on the web. Not really. They are just using a catchy title to show people that the later they start saving, the more they will loose on the interest.

That's not exactly what I would call the cost of procrastinating, but well, to be fair, I can recognize there must be some people out there having a problem of putting off the implementation of their savings and investing strategies. If you are one of them and few simple numerical arguments can persuade you, head to New Zealand's for an article.

Sunday, May 01, 2005

Time management forums launched

Time management forums were launched. Well, pre-launched. My only question is, is browsing time management forums procrastination, or productive behaviour. Case by case, probably. Maybe procrastination forums will be experimentally launched on Procrastination help soon as well. Time will tell.

Monday, April 25, 2005

Children's procrastination

Parents always want the best for their child. But even with the best intention, they very often manage to introduce even more problems instead of helping their child. That's especially the case when it comes to procrastination, one of the most misunderstood problems some people are experiencing in their lives.

Doreen Nagle doesn't come with any earth shattering news in that matter, but her small "Stop your children's procrastination by getting organized" article offers some basic yet valuable information. "Stop rescuing your children" is perhaps the most important message there.

I would add one more. Don't command or manage your children too much, help them develop their own decision making skills instead.

Thursday, April 21, 2005

Sad college procrastinator's account

A little sad account of procrastination in college and the papers that always get submitted just minutes before the deadline - no matter what the exact time of the deadline is. Three methods of procrastinating are also given - like if we all don't have our own. Thanks, but I don't need more, mine are quite enough :-).

Sunday, January 30, 2005

The East Carolinian - Procrastination hits close to home

Where writer's block can take you? Descriptive and sincere account of procrastination role in one day in the life of The East Carolinian staff writer:

The East Carolinian - Procrastination hits close to home: "Even the most compulsive and committed of us can find ourselves dreading and delaying to the point that everything else gets done and yet nothing is accomplished in that one area where we need to focus our attention. "

Friday, January 28, 2005

Nice classifieds site for a profitable kind of procrastination

If you are procrastinating browsing thru many classifieds sites, at least spend your time on those better ones. One of the best I have seen in a long time is this free classifieds site : browsing and searching through some 1439707 classifieds as of today is very comfortable and quick on the DC classifieds site.

And remember - if you happen to sell or buy something, it doesn't count as procrastination - it is a time spent well :).

Thursday, January 27, 2005

last will procrastination

Strange thing - one kind of procrastination I have never considered nor heard about before - procrastinating to have your last will done and in order. At least, so they say in the Star Telegram:

Star-Telegram 01/17/2005 Many people fail to protect wealth: "How come? More than half, 56 percent, said they don't have wills because of procrastination."