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(2) He hates delay and procrastination in all its forms.
(3) Procrastination is stealing time - those who procrastinate always do not have enough time. Dr T.P.Chia
(4) On this occasion, however, his penchant for procrastination is turning into a liability.
(5) Procrastination is the fear of success. People procrastinate because they are afraid of the success that they know will result if they move ahead now. Because success is heavy, carries a responsibility with it, it is much easier to procrastinate and live on the 'someday I'll' philosophy. Denis Waitley
(6) After considerable procrastination, they eventually settle on equivocal courses of action that serve only to postpone the long-dreaded day of judgment.
(7) Procrastination or partial responses are powerful weapons.
(8) No sooner said than done[Sentencedict.com], procrastination is the most time.
(9) Slackness, procrastination, endless discussion without decision , and decision without implementation are all impermissible.
(10) Viewed this way, procrastination starts to look less like a question of mere ignorance than like a complex mixture of weakness, ambition, and inner conflict.
(11) For chronic procrastination that stems from a deep sense of meaninglessness in life, "being in spite of" defines the existentialist's "therapy.
(12) Ignorance might also affect procrastination through what the social scientist Jon Elster calls "the planning fallacy."
(13) The problem with the way we use procrastination is that it has come to mean much more than the dictionary definition, and now brings with it an accusing tone filled with blame.
(14) The key to combating procrastination is to do something, however small, that breaks the non-productive cycle.
(15) I believe procrastination is born out of an excessive drive to perfectionism.
(16) Any vacillation or procrastination, any contrary policy, is absolutely wrong.
(17) There is a positive side to procrastination, but it's important not to confuse procrastination at its best with everyday garden-variety procrastination. Sometimes — sometimes!
(18) General Peckem 's communications about cleanliness and procrastination made Major Major feel like a filthy procrastinator.
(19) For them procrastination is a lifestyle, albeit a maladaptive one.
(20) Environmental organisations are near to despair in the face of such skilful procrastination.
(21) However, the uncertainties concerning the extent of climate change and the implications at local level allow political procrastination.
(22) My advice is to never do tomorrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time. Charles Dickens
(23) Hard experience has taught me to be selective in my procrastination.
(24) The really happy people are those who have broken the chains of procrastination, those who find satisfaction in doing the job at hand.
(25) All of these are tried-and-tested methods that can help you get on top of your work, find balance in your life, beat procrastination, and have a much less stressed-out day.
(26) Over the years, I've debated whether the worst enemy is procrastination or discouragement.
(27) The really happy people are those who have broken the chains of procrastination, those who find satisfaction in doing the job...
(28) You can temporise and you are capable of enormous procrastination, but you cannot depart entirely from your Creator, Who set the limits on your ability to miscreate .
(29) Think of it as a scourge; it's the closest thing to a gateway drug to procrastination to you.
(30) Twenty percent of people identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. For them procrastination is a lifestyle, albeit a maladaptive one.
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