Procrastination Leads to Best Work

Procrastination is the art of remembering what matters.  Knowing what matters is a key aspect of #Emotional Intelligence.

Put off all you can as long as you can.  Worry not as what needs to get done, gets done.

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This quick EFTI post is based on this Daily Prompt:   What’s your most productive time of day? When do you do your best work?

I was heading into my fifties when I realized I needed a bit of time pressure to do my best work; procrastination worked in my favor. This Poster Coach now sums up my views on the subject. It is one of EFTI’s  free poster coaches.

Seven Reasons to Procrastinate.

STAY STRONG

If procrastination makes you fret and fume, you have two choices. Stop procrastinating or strengthen your self-soothing skills.  Learning the art of Sloganeering helps with that. So here is another free Poster Coach.

Procrastinate as long as you can and as often as you can.

Thank you for all you do to Practice Kindness. Liking, commenting, or sharing any social media you find helpful is doing a little but matters a lot.

Katherine

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