Thursday, August 31, 2006

Tomorrow is always soon.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

ive been procrasting about something all week... i think ill do it today........... or maybe tomorrow

Anonymous said...

That could be a good thing, if you're putting off doing something bad.

Anonymous said...

well, what putting off, may be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on what happens when i do it, which is exactly wh ive been putting it off

Bushra said...

I've been putting something off by viewing blogs. I have no intention to stop doing this.

Anonymous said...

Maybe I should go back to work :)
nah I'll read some more, still not up-to-date.

Oh yes for a change,i'am not send by Dr John but kopikol.net.

Anonymous said...

I want to contribute and do something new for the world:
I will open my own blog!!!
... nah..
I'm better writting comments...

Anonymous said...

I know it comes from me, but I can't puzzle this out: shouldn't the fulfillment level be low when the procrastination rate is high and reciprocally (ie: shouldn't your line be the other way around)?

Anonymous said...

the fulliment level is low when ithe prcrastination rate is high... i know its a while to figure out, i had to lok at for like 5 mintutes b4 i relizesd it was the wirght way

Identity Crisis said...

Whoa! Thanks for the reminder! I'm outta here.

Anonymous said...

but what if you realize fulfillment thruough procrastination?

Anonymous said...

This is the best!

Big Primpin' said...

My mom used to tell me I procrastinated too much. Know what I told her? Just you wait.

Loner said...

Hey... I am liking your way of putting things. I have recommended your blog to my friends now.

Anonymous said...

I agree with the trend, but I think you have the causaility backwards—Where I come from, the dependant variable usually goes on the y-axis. Are you suggesting that greater fulfillment causes less procrastination?

therapydoc said...

Super, Jessica. How's it feel to be teaching other docs all over the world? I used this delightful methodology on a post tonight--and credited you, of course.

Anonymous said...

How true,how true.

Anonymous said...

GOD has given you a real good creative mind.

Unknown said...

Surely as procrastination increases, fulfilment decreases, so procrastination should be on the x?

 
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