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"One needs to be able to recognize and commit oneself to tasks with inflated importance and unreal deadlines, while making oneself feel that they are important and urgent. This is not a problem, because virtually all procrastinators have excellent self-deceptive skills also. And what could be more noble than using one character flaw to offset the bad effects of another?"
Contributed by Lucy Zhang
Some of the best artists were huge procrastinators. Take Leonardo Da Vinci for example, he had many more incomplete projects than he had finished ones. Not only was he an artist, but he was also an architect, a scientist, an inventor; a true Renaissance Man. That meant a huge variety of projects to start and perhaps never go back to.
Contributed by Felicia Nicole McCoy