A little entertainment from Paul Graham, Good and Bad Procrastination:
Good procrastination is avoiding errands to do real work.
And bad procrastination is the type where you either do nothing or do something else of lesser importance. (Thanks to David Allen.)
By Jack Vinson on January 3, 2006 9:09 PM
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