Why Wait? The Psychological Origins of Procrastination – SimplePractice Blog

Here is a great article on why we procrastinate. “Here’s a trick: we have to find a way to increase the subjective value of doing the hard stuff now, relative to the other things we could be doing.” Sounds easy, right? Not so. Our brain is pretty smart about avoiding those boring tasks. We have all done it. “I love deadlines,” English author Douglas Adams once wrote. “I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.”
Read on. This is a good little article. Click its own “read on” when you see it. And yes, I have this clock.

Source: Why Wait? The Psychological Origins of Procrastination – SimplePractice Blog