Last week, I announced a blog roundtable on the subject of procrastination. Encouraged by healthy debate on Facebook and Twitter and a number of folks that said they wanted to share their opinion, off we went.
Here are the entries:
- Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’ by Michelle Bizon
- Procrastination: The Greatest Thief of All by me
In answering the debate, maybe that result speaks for itself?
I dunno. But I’m still happy to be on the other side of it.
I love Michelle’s post. As she describes her war with procrastination, I can remember the exact same battles.
We all have our reasons for keeping the bugger around. I blame it on having worked for years in a newspaper office and needing the pressure of an imminent deadline. I blame it on being a perfectionist. I blame it on the fear of reaching my full potential. I blame it on being super busy and over-involved.
What about you? Are you still battling procrastination? Have you won? Or do you think it’s a helpful tool?
It’s not too late to let us know what you think. (Maybe that’s the problem. As long as comments are open, there’s never a deadline.)
Gosh I’m behind on responding! (Woot! Procrastination!) Thanks for linking to my post! I loved the concept of the roundtable, and it was an excellent opportunity for me to examine my own work habits. Great food for thought! Perhaps the lack of response (even though there was a bunch of interest) does really reveal something about the debate. Yes, definitely a “hmmmmm”-producer.
I’m glad I’m not the only one thinking “hmmm. . .”
Thanks again for participating!