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- Procrastination boosts creative ideas: Research
- Many of us can feel guilty for putting off impending tasks, however new research has revealed we may not need to feel so shameful. Around 20% of adults claim to chronic procrastinators, but they may also be more creative, according to scientists.
- How procrastination and mindlessness can build creativity
- There is so much being written about avoiding procrastination and mindlessness, almost as if they are afflictions, better minimised or avoided.
- Here's Why Procrastination Makes You More Creative
- Procrastination gives space for a person's mind to wander, leading to more innovative ideas. He cautions, however, against extreme procrastination. That won't be great news for chronic procrastinators, which research shows make up 20% of all men and ...
- You Don't Have a Procrastination Problem, You Have an Impulsivity Problem
- Procrastination is like bad signal or crappy Wi-Fi. Everyone deals with it, but most of us don't understand how it works. Here's the key: It's not that you have a problem saying yes to the thing you're supposed to be doing right now.
- Pulitzer-Winning Food Critic Jonathan Gold on Writing, Food and Procrastination
- 03_09_JonathanGold_01 Food critic Jonathan Gold, center, speaks alongside filmmaker Morgan Neville during an interview conducted by Sundance Film Festival Director of Special Programs Caroline Libresco at Cinema Cafe during the 2015 Sundance ...
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