We live in a hustle and bustle world. Full of deadlines, sports metaphors, and motivational quotes about smashing through our goals.
In the religion of hustle and bustle, there is but one sin:
We have been so indoctrinated into the world of the hustle that even a momentary lapse of procrastination immediately causes guilt.
We feel guilty because procrastination doesn’t get us to the next stage, it doesn’t get us closer to our dreams, it doesn’t get us anywhere.
We are all in the rat race, blinders up, on full tilt, and there is no reason to slow down.
Unless, there is?
[Spoiler Alert: There is.]
Procrastination For Percolation
Some of our problems feel like brick walls. The non-stop hustlers would tell you to go gung-ho into that wall until you smash through it, but this doesn’t always work.
Archimedes had a problem. His king was given a gold crown…
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