How to Develop a Habit of Consistent Productivity
Most of us stay up for more than 16 hours every day. Activities such as learning, working, exercising, eating, and traveling may take up a majority portion of our uptime; however, procrastination could be the biggest time-occupant.
Some people would argue that procrastination is good in the sense that it allows our brain to be able to come up with new creative solutions. They may be right, up to an extent. However, if you have too much of it, things just won’t get done. It’s common sense.
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