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Procrastinating done the right way

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11:30 AM | 6 February 2015
by Lars Bjornbakk
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Procrastinating is something all of us do. Lars Bjornbakk a masters student in Project Management explores how to procrastinate the right way.

Eating breakfast in the morning is probably the best time of day. It is not as much about the wonderful feeling of crawling blindly out of bed, disorientated and cold. It is about the quiet time where you are expected to do nothing.

The time when you do nothing should be accompanied by something. I find reading blogs to be great. Using downtime to fill up on inspiration, knowledge and motivation is a very good idea, but sometimes you just don’t want to put an effort into it. You want to mindlessly be served the content. And luckily there are such things as TED talks, which allows you to do just that.

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