Why Saving Work for Tomorrow Doesn’t Work

As we all know (but often try to forget), procrastination is a professional killer and a personal stressor. Whether it’s that nagging pile of essays that need grading or that essay submission that needs reviewing, the impulse to put it off usually causes more problems than it solves. This piece by Elizabeth Grace Saunders in the Harvard Business Review provides some important perspective, as well as two useful strategies for keeping your inner procrastinator at bay.


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