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Take a break: procrastination found to bolster productivity
While the act of procrastination is viewed by many as something highly unacceptable, a trait of the lazy and easily-bored in society, research shows that it may actually lead to increased productivity.
Professor and procrastination expert Piers Steel, Ph.D, gathered 24 participants and divided them in two groups in an effort to assess whether delaying tasks helped or hindered their completion.
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In words, this picture is what this site is all about.
Different words that reflect something of everyday experiential reality to everyone.
What word in the picture above gels with you today or catches your attention?
If there is one - just pause for a moment and reflect on it.
These are everyday words for everybody to remind ourselves of our reality, and gently nudging us to do something about those words that resonate within each and everyone of us.