Every once in a while, we tend to procrastinate.
We become one of the best procrastinators that we know. According to the dictionary:
A procrastinator is a person who delays or puts things off — like work, chores, or other actions — that should be done in a timely manner.
Sometimes we do it on purpose and sometimes it just happens.
But, have you ever thought of the difference between a procrastinator’s and a non-procrastinator’s brain?
Now, for the first time, Tim Urban shows us how our brain looks like when we procrastinate and reveals an unexpected twist near the end of his TED Talk:
We are all procrastinators
I’ve realized after this talk that it’s all a matter of perspective.
If I take a look at our days, weeks, months and years as something that is finite (which it really is), it might just give me that extra kick to do what I really have to do.
Not sure how to visualize our short lives? Check out this video too.
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To our success in all areas of life,
Argel Tiburcio, CIS
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