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[–] ShittyAdvice 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Procrastinators make life suck for everyone around them.

I'd tell you to molest yourself with a bucket of rusty nails for being a waste of air, but you'd fucking put that off, too!

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[–] Selfpropelled [S] ago 

Only until the last minute. Then I'd have to get to work!

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[–] SocratesOP 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Unfortunately working hard at the last minute will never prepare you for real hard work. You will lack the discipline to schedule and gauge your work if you ever take on large projects where progress absolutely matters on a week to week basis. It may be fine for jobs that don't require forethought but don't trick yourself into thinking you're a hard worker when all you've done is hardly work.

There are instances where you'll fall behind and play catch-up, which may benefit from your experience, but you still need to fall back into a schedule afterwords - not take a break till next time.

Source: project manager

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[–] Selfpropelled [S] ago 

A good procrastinator knows when to slack. Sometimes there just isn't time for that, gotta get down to business right away.

The only down side is not leaving enough time to handle complications, which happen.

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[–] SocratesOP 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

If you have time to slack you're not doing hard work