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The definition of procrastination is:

the act of procrastinating; putting off or delaying or defering an action to a later time.

Often interchangeably used with laziness, we all procrastinate and it is almost inevitable. The most successful people procrastinate too, but they do it less often and they especially do not do it on important things. Here at Asian Efficiency we have looked at procrastination and laziness from different angles and we have a lot of solutions for people who want to stop procrastinating.

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Article and Resources on Overcoming Procrastination

Photo By: Viktor Hertz

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Jan October 12, 2013 at 5:30AM

I believe there is a difference between procrastination and laziness. One who procrastinates wants to change his life, he wants to do something but cannot find the willpower. One who is lazy is simply content with what he does, he doesn’t want to change anything.


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