It’s a bad thing for most people.
But it’s a requirement for entrepreneurs and successful business owners.
The key is knowing what to do, when to do it, and oftentimes (and more importantly), when to postpone ’til another day.
For me, it all begins the night before. I write down all the things that I COULD DO the following day.
Then, in the early morning, usually over coffee, I choose what to get DONE that day.
Because “done” is all that matters.
The funny thing is… it almost doesn’t matter what you get done each day because, the more you get done, the more obvious it is what to do now and what to do later.
So plan tonight, get stuff done tomorrow, and use procrastination to your advantage!