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Ready, set, procrastinate

"I'll find a picture later..."

A Wall Street Journal article described a lesson from a high-priced workshop as “Structured Procrastination.”

“The idea is that if you’re going to procrastinate, you might as well procrastinate by doing something that works toward another goal—for example, procrastinate on starting a work project by watching a TED talk you’ve been meaning to catch or starting a book you’ve wanted to read,” wrote Angela Chen.

As a goal this year, we will add Structured Procrastination to our Friday Library Day.

(Here’s a TED talk so you can start procrastinating…)

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action

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