The Positive Side of Procrastination
- Harnessing procrastination for your betterment
- Structured procrastination proves beneficial
- Procrastination was a well-regarded phenomenon by the Greek and Roman Emperors who would while around doing just nothing
- Active procrastination, which involves substituting one task for another is good, however, passive procrastination which implies doing nothing is certainly a problem
We’ve all been in situations where we are rushing to meet a deadline at the last minute. While we end up cursing procrastination, have we ever realized that it was this attitude to let things wait until the last moment that led to the spark?
Recent studies suggest that art of procrastination has positive attributes. It not only gives us time to think, plan and determine alternatives, but also, enhances flexibility helping us adapt to current issues and situations. The art of delaying is no more a shame!
However, even procrastination has to be structured and guided to avoid pitfalls (SHOCKER…Not).
So if you are the type of person who loves pushing things until the 11th hour, you might want to consider using digital assistants like Queue to relieve you off your mental stress. The smart digital assistant automatically prioritizes your tasks and manages your schedule such that when the 11th hour arrives, you’re ready to ignite!