The Art of Procrastination

The Art of Procrastination
4 stars

This book was reviewed on NPR’s All Things Considered last year with an interview with the author John Perry who is a philosopher and professor at Stanford University.
Being a life long procrastinator, it captured my curiosity. It is a short read at 112 pages, cleverly written and filled with humorous tips on how to deceive our “procrastinator” to get tasks done! Perhaps I can put my own procrastination to good use!
In the end, it gives the best advice which is to accept the procrastinator in us and that despite this “handicape” we, procrastinators do get quite a bit done. It doesn’t however offer any cures or solutions to “recover” from procrastination.


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