The 'Procrastination Flowchart' Calls Readers Out

By: Courtney Scharf - Published: Jun 11, 2012 • References: thechrisvossshow & holykaw.alltop
A hilarious and suspicious guide, the 'Procrastination Flowchart' is clever and comedic.

Sure to resonate with more than a few readers, the chart guides those stalling their work time by putting things in perspective. Having people start at 'Have You Started?' and going from there, the chart asks important questions including those about social media usage and the actual deadline of a given project. This is a good reminder that it's always better to just begin a project and not delay misery. Though the chart itself is likely a form of procrastination in and of itself, it has an element of functionality to justify its use.

Relatable and arguably quite useful, this flowchart is a push in the right direction for unmotivated or daunted workers. Stats for Delayed Productivity Guides Trending: Older & Mild
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