Procrastination can be thought of in terms of two people. The future you, which you often shortchange in favor of the other, present you. “Yes, I probably should put money in my 401(K), but I really want the gargantuan flat screen/designer shoes/diamond-encrusted Apple Watch — now!”
Researchers found that if the procrastinators among us simply change the way they think of far-off events, in terms of days, rather than months or years — they get moving sooner. Read more right now.