It’s on my ‘to do’ list

By Bill Ralston In Life

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29th January, 2013
Don’t you hate it when scientific research confirms a weakness in your personality that you’ve always secretly suspected but were too afraid to admit? I stupidly participated in an online research survey after reading a New York Times article that said a worldwide study of 24,000 people found that procrastination was pervasive, 95% of us do it occasionally and 15-20% of us do it so much that it’s a problem. I know, the figures don’t add up, but I couldn’t be bothered working out why that was. I’ll try to check it out tomorrow. After laboriously clicking “agree/disagree” ...

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