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The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination

The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination

Jun 13, 2013-- "A recent early morning hike in Malibu, California, led me to a beach, where I sat on a rock and watched surfers. I marveled at these courageous men and women who woke before dawn, endured freezing water, paddled through barreling waves, and even risked shark attacks, all for the sake of, maybe, catching an epic ride. After about 15 minutes, it was easy to tell the surfers apart by their style of surfing, their handling of the board, their skill, and their playfulness. What really struck me though, was what they had in common. No matter how good, how experienced, how graceful they were on the wave, every surfer ended their ride in precisely the same way: By falling." Author and speaker, Peter Bregman, offers creative insight on how to counteract the "fall" of procrastination, and suggests we look to those devoted early morning surfers for the unexpected antidote. (31277 reads)


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