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3 ways procrastination can help you succeed

All of our lives, we’ve been told procrastination is a bad thing, something to avoid -- even a sign of laziness. Yet, obviously, procrastination is human nature. Most of us don’t jump out of bed every morning saying, “I’m going to accomplish a bunch of stuff today that’s due three weeks from now!”...
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