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Inside the mind of a master procrastinator | Tim Urban

So in college, I was a government major, which means I had to write
a lot of papers. Now, when a normal student writes a paper, they might spread the work out
a little like this. So, you know — (Laughter) you get started maybe a little slowly, but you get enough done in the first week that, with some heavier days later on, everything gets done, things stay civil. (Laughter) And I would want to do that like that. That would be the plan. I would have it all ready to go, but then, actually, the paper
would come along, and then I would kind of do this. (Laughter) And that would happen every single paper. But then came my 90-page senior thesis, a paper you’re supposed
to spend a year on. And I knew for a paper like that,
my normal work flow was not an option. It was way too big a project. So I planned things out, and I decided I kind of had
to go something like this. This is how the year would go. So I’d start off light, and I’d bump it up in the middle months, and then at the end,
I would kick it up into high gear just like a little staircase. How hard could it be
to walk up the stairs? No big deal, right? But then, the funniest thing happened. Those first few months? They came and went, and I couldn’t quite do stuff. So we had an awesome new revised plan. (Laughter) And then — (Laughter) But then those middle months
actually went by, and I didn’t really write words, and so we were here. And then two months turned into one month, which turned into two weeks. And one day I woke up with three days until the deadline, still not having written a word, and so I did the only thing I could: I wrote 90 pages over 72 hours, pulling not one but two all-nighters — humans are not supposed to pull
two all-nighters — sprinted across campus, dove in slow motion, and got it in just at the deadline. I thought that was the end of everything. But a week later I get a call, and it’s the school. And they say, “Is this Tim Urban?” And I say, “Yeah.” And they say, “We need
to talk about your thesis.” And I say, “OK.” And they say, “It’s the best one we’ve ever seen.” (Laughter) (Applause) That did not happen. (Laughter) It was a very, very bad thesis. (Laughter) I just wanted to enjoy that one moment
when all of you thought, “This guy is amazing!” (Laughter) No, no, it was very, very bad. Anyway, today I’m a writer-blogger guy. I write the blog Wait But Why. And a couple of years ago,
I decided to write about procrastination. My behavior has always perplexed
the non-procrastinators around me, and I wanted to explain
to the non-procrastinators of the world what goes on in the heads
of procrastinators, and why we are the way we are. Now, I had a hypothesis that the brains of procrastinators
were actually different than the brains of other people. And to test this, I found an MRI lab that actually let me scan both my brain and the brain of a proven
non-procrastinator, so I could compare them. I actually brought them here
to show you today. I want you to take a look carefully
to see if you can notice a difference. I know that if you’re not
a trained brain expert, it’s not that obvious,
but just take a look, OK? So here’s the brain
of a non-procrastinator. (Laughter) Now … here’s my brain. (Laughter) There is a difference. Both brains have a Rational
Decision-Maker in them, but the procrastinator’s brain also has an Instant Gratification Monkey. Now, what does this mean
for the procrastinator? Well, it means everything’s fine
until this happens. [This is a perfect time
to get some work done.] [Nope!] So the Rational Decision-Maker
will make the rational decision to do something productive, but the Monkey doesn’t like that plan, so he actually takes the wheel, and he says, “Actually, let’s read
the entire Wikipedia page of the Nancy Kerrigan/
Tonya Harding scandal, because I just remembered
that that happened. (Laughter) Then — (Laughter) Then we’re going to go over to the fridge, to see if there’s anything new
in there since 10 minutes ago. After that, we’re going to go
on a YouTube spiral that starts with videos
of Richard Feynman talking about magnets and ends much, much later
with us watching interviews with Justin Bieber’s mom. (Laughter) “All of that’s going to take a while, so we’re not going to really have room
on the schedule for any work today. Sorry!” (Sigh) Now, what is going on here? The Instant Gratification Monkey
does not seem like a guy you want behind the wheel. He lives entirely in the present moment. He has no memory of the past,
no knowledge of the future, and he only cares about two things: easy and fun. Now, in the animal world, that works fine. If you’re a dog and you spend your whole life doing
nothing other than easy and fun things, you’re a huge success! (Laughter) And to the Monkey, humans are just another animal species. You have to keep well-slept, well-fed
and propagating into the next generation, which in tribal times
might have worked OK. But, if you haven’t noticed,
now we’re not in tribal times. We’re in an advanced civilization,
and the Monkey does not know what that is. Which is why we have
another guy in our brain, the Rational Decision-Maker, who gives us the ability to do things
no other animal can do. We can visualize the future. We can see the big picture. We can make long-term plans. And he wants to take
all of that into account. And he wants to just have us do whatever makes sense
to be doing right now. Now, sometimes it makes sense to be doing things that are easy and fun, like when you’re having dinner
or going to bed or enjoying well-earned leisure time. That’s why there’s an overlap. Sometimes they agree. But other times, it makes much more sense to be doing things that are harder
and less pleasant, for the sake of the big picture. And that’s when we have a conflict. And for the procrastinator, that conflict tends to end
a certain way every time, leaving him spending a lot of time
in this orange zone, an easy and fun place that’s entirely
out of the Makes Sense circle. I call it the Dark Playground. (Laughter) Now, the Dark Playground is a place that all of you procrastinators
out there know very well. It’s where leisure activities happen at times when leisure activities
are not supposed to be happening. The fun you have in the Dark Playground isn’t actually fun,
because it’s completely unearned, and the air is filled with guilt,
dread, anxiety, self-hatred — all of those good procrastinator feelings. And the question is, in this situation,
with the Monkey behind the wheel, how does the procrastinator ever get
himself over here to this blue zone, a less pleasant place, but where
really important things happen? Well, turns out the procrastinator
has a guardian angel, someone who’s always looking
down on him and watching over him in his darkest moments — someone called the Panic Monster. (Laughter) Now, the Panic Monster
is dormant most of the time, but he suddenly wakes up
anytime a deadline gets too close or there’s danger of public embarrassment, a career disaster or some other
scary consequence. And importantly, he’s the only thing
the Monkey is terrified of. Now, he became very relevant
in my life pretty recently, because the people of TED
reached out to me about six months ago and invited me to do a TED Talk. (Laughter) Now, of course, I said yes. It’s always been a dream of mine
to have done a TED Talk in the past. (Laughter) (Applause) But in the middle of all this excitement, the Rational Decision-Maker seemed
to have something else on his mind. He was saying, “Are we clear
on what we just accepted? Do we get what’s going to be now
happening one day in the future? We need to sit down
and work on this right now.” And the Monkey said, “Totally agree,
but let’s just open Google Earth and zoom in to the bottom of India,
like 200 feet above the ground, and scroll up for two and a half hours
til we get to the top of the country, so we can get a better feel for India.” (Laughter) So that’s what we did that day. (Laughter) As six months turned into four
and then two and then one, the people of TED decided
to release the speakers. And I opened up the website,
and there was my face staring right back at me. And guess who woke up? (Laughter) So the Panic Monster
starts losing his mind, and a few seconds later,
the whole system’s in mayhem. (Laughter) And the Monkey — remember,
he’s terrified of the Panic Monster — boom, he’s up the tree! And finally, finally, the Rational Decision-Maker
can take the wheel and I can start working on the talk. Now, the Panic Monster explains all kinds of pretty insane
procrastinator behavior, like how someone like me
could spend two weeks unable to start the opening
sentence of a paper, and then miraculously find
the unbelievable work ethic to stay up all night
and write eight pages. And this entire situation,
with the three characters — this is the procrastinator’s system. It’s not pretty, but in the end, it works. This is what I decided to write about
on the blog a couple of years ago. When I did, I was amazed by the response. Literally thousands of emails came in, from all different kinds of people
from all over the world, doing all different kinds of things. These are people who were nurses,
bankers, painters, engineers and lots and lots of PhD students. (Laughter) And they were all writing,
saying the same thing: “I have this problem too.” But what struck me was the contrast
between the light tone of the post and the heaviness of these emails. These people were writing
with intense frustration about what procrastination
had done to their lives, about what this Monkey had done to them. And I thought about this, and I said, well, if the procrastinator’s system
works, then what’s going on? Why are all of these people
in such a dark place? Well, it turns out that there’s
two kinds of procrastination. Everything I’ve talked about today,
the examples I’ve given, they all have deadlines. And when there’s deadlines, the effects of procrastination
are contained to the short term because the Panic Monster gets involved. But there’s a second kind
of procrastination that happens in situations
when there is no deadline. So if you wanted a career
where you’re a self-starter — something in the arts,
something entrepreneurial — there’s no deadlines on those things
at first, because nothing’s happening, not until you’ve gone out
and done the hard work to get momentum, get things going. There’s also all kinds of important things
outside of your career that don’t involve any deadlines, like seeing your family or exercising
and taking care of your health, working on your relationship or getting out of a relationship
that isn’t working. Now if the procrastinator’s only mechanism
of doing these hard things is the Panic Monster, that’s a problem, because in all of these
non-deadline situations, the Panic Monster doesn’t show up. He has nothing to wake up for, so the effects of procrastination,
they’re not contained; they just extend outward forever. And it’s this long-term
kind of procrastination that’s much less visible
and much less talked about than the funnier, short-term
deadline-based kind. It’s usually suffered
quietly and privately. And it can be the source of a huge amount of long-term
unhappiness, and regrets. And I thought, that’s why
those people are emailing, and that’s why they’re
in such a bad place. It’s not that they’re cramming
for some project. It’s that long-term procrastination
has made them feel like a spectator, at times, in their own lives. The frustration is not
that they couldn’t achieve their dreams; it’s that they weren’t even
able to start chasing them. So I read these emails
and I had a little bit of an epiphany — that I don’t think
non-procrastinators exist. That’s right — I think all of you
are procrastinators. Now, you might not all be a mess, like some of us, (Laughter) and some of you may have
a healthy relationship with deadlines, but remember: the Monkey’s sneakiest trick is when the deadlines aren’t there. Now, I want to show you one last thing. I call this a Life Calendar. That’s one box for every week
of a 90-year life. That’s not that many boxes, especially since we’ve already
used a bunch of those. So I think we need to all take a long,
hard look at that calendar. We need to think about what
we’re really procrastinating on, because everyone is procrastinating
on something in life. We need to stay aware
of the Instant Gratification Monkey. That’s a job for all of us. And because there’s not
that many boxes on there, it’s a job that should
probably start today. Well, maybe not today, but … (Laughter) You know. Sometime soon. Thank you. (Applause)



Aug 8, 2019, 5:54 am Reply


Jezza Lenko

Aug 8, 2019, 7:48 am Reply

That life calender should be handed out in primary school

Frida Mediero

Aug 8, 2019, 10:44 am Reply

4:55 ,, the face of a tortured man

محمود صلاح الدين

Aug 8, 2019, 11:28 am Reply

very useful video, thank you.

Leaf Yap

Aug 8, 2019, 11:33 am Reply

Interesting talk!


Aug 8, 2019, 12:25 pm Reply

I cried. Big time.

The Outcasts

Aug 8, 2019, 12:28 pm Reply

I'm actually procrastinating by watching a video about procreastionating

Mei O’Cummins

Aug 8, 2019, 3:13 pm Reply

me two weeks before the exam period: "I need to start making a plan"
monkey: "we should watch this new show on Netflix!"

me one week before the exam period: "maybe I should start studying…"
monkey: "how about you just write and play music instead?"

me the day before the exam period: "okay I need to study!"
monkey: "you left your books at school- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH THE PANIC MONSTER!"
panic monster: "YOU ARE GOING TO FAIL if YOU DON'T STUDY!"

me during exam period trying my best to study: "my friends keep sending me messages!"
monkey: "read them!"
me turning around to see the panic monster in the corner of my room in the middle of the night: "I have to study but one message won't hurt…"
my friends: "You're still studying? LOL, I'm not since I've been studying since October!"
me: "sh!t."

(I just wrote a whole novel geez)


Aug 8, 2019, 3:21 pm Reply

I'm procrastinating my sleep rn by watching this at 2 am

Big Boss

Aug 8, 2019, 4:30 pm Reply


What I listened this Month

Aug 8, 2019, 5:42 pm Reply

I relate

Thats why I’m not doing exam prep right now?

Steve Sherwood

Aug 8, 2019, 5:45 pm Reply

He absolutely nails it in this talk. The three cartoon characters he depicts perfectly describe the psychology behind procrastination, and the 'dark playground' is an apt description of that feeling we get when we know we should be doing something more productive or meaningful. The monkey has a lot to answer for!

kayleigh kane

Aug 8, 2019, 7:37 pm Reply

This is my favourite tedtalk ever

Ill Blues

Aug 8, 2019, 9:54 pm Reply

I feel like he has more to offer, I mean he was going somewhere with the talk and I’ve loved it but I think there something missing.. anyone else?


Aug 8, 2019, 11:26 pm Reply

Procrastinating while preparing a TedTalk about Procrastination. Now that's deep 😀

Pixelated King

Aug 8, 2019, 1:09 am Reply

*This video will be uploaded tomorrow*

Carl Marks

Aug 8, 2019, 2:25 am Reply

Hmmm. Interviews with Justin Bieber's mom, huh?

Hannah Kerry

Aug 8, 2019, 7:30 am Reply

I have a 20 page paper due soon and I haven’t even started… so I’ve watched 12 videos on how to stop procrastination.

Poor Little Sheep

Aug 8, 2019, 10:49 am Reply

I was a procrastinator and it almost costed me my college degree. This video did an excellent job EXPLAINING the mechanism of procrastination but didn't really offer a solution. So let me just tell you what I did.

Part of the reason I procrastinated was that I always think of the whole thing before I even start, which terrifies me. Like before I do my assignment, I always have back in my head an expectation of how my assignment would look like. And how wonderful it would be, etc. I would even have bits and pieces of how some intermediate work should be done, BEFORE I EVEN START! And it's not the project, but the action and effort to put all those bits and pieces together and the lack of a plan thereof that made me procrastinate. So my suggestion is, forget about the plan, forget about everything you had in mind about the project, and just goddamn start. Yes you lose some "wonderful" ideas and visions you had for your project. But it is ALWAYS better than having nothing at all, and those "ideas" will come back to you once you started and you'll actually have more ideas once you built the momentum.

Hope this helps my fellow procrastinators. Start crappy, as if the start is all you have to do. You'll be amazed how just having something there can help motivate you. Like if you have an essay, start as if all you have to do is writing an abstract. Once you started, that will prompt you finish the whole thing, trust me. No matter what it takes, remember, just force yourself to start, and everything else becomes surprisingly easy.

F.L.O.E For the Love Of English

Aug 8, 2019, 11:39 am Reply

Amazing!! So well said!

Nugroho D

Aug 8, 2019, 12:13 pm Reply

Such a great theory

Ncle Alviola

Aug 8, 2019, 2:37 pm Reply

I thought this was gonna be motivational


Aug 8, 2019, 5:22 pm Reply

One of the best talks ever. Panic monster is now awake and I am chasing my dreams. Thank you!

David Jin

Aug 8, 2019, 6:22 pm Reply

Lol I’m watching this when I’m supposed to be studying

lateefa abdullateef

Aug 8, 2019, 7:56 pm Reply

One time I had Spanish hw, it was the only hw i had that day. So i procrastinated the whole day until 8PM and then I was like, oh it's okay I'll do it at 9PM. 9PM came and went and I was like, I'll do it soon, 15mins later I was like oh yeah I still haven't done that hw. I didn't get to it until 9:45 and I procrastinated while doing the hw, so what should've taken me thirty mins took an hour. Life is sad.


Aug 8, 2019, 8:14 pm Reply

looks at this video in my recommended

I’ll watch this later

Steve Stark

Aug 8, 2019, 10:54 pm Reply

I felt this in my soul!

Jacob Salas

Aug 8, 2019, 11:07 pm Reply

Day 2 of my weekend and i only managed to pick up about half of the trash in my room. If i dont get it done by today I'll be waiting until next week to get it done.

Alyssa Shoemaker

Aug 8, 2019, 2:49 am Reply

My mom is a panic monster ???


Aug 8, 2019, 2:53 am Reply

Since when did they make a ted talk about my life?

Christy Tran

Aug 8, 2019, 3:16 am Reply

Watching this when I should be doing summer reading

Hi Hikikomori

Aug 8, 2019, 3:33 am Reply

imagine this for global warming

Elizabeth Spain

Aug 8, 2019, 4:21 am Reply

I’m a genius.
I tricked myself into doing my work
I’d think “it’s time to work out!”
Me: “oh crap, no, I’m just gonna… finish my homework!! Kk? bY3

David Harris

Aug 8, 2019, 4:45 am Reply

as a "master procrastinator" myself (not sure about anyone else) this stuff, while funny on the surface…is TRUE!

ryan vaughn

Aug 8, 2019, 5:00 am Reply

I feel attacked.


Aug 8, 2019, 6:04 am Reply

As of now, I am cramming 17 weeks of school content into the 4.5 days i have left till my exams begin. Not just for one subject. 17 weeks for EACH. straight up suicidal, and I'm still watching this video.

Laura Elizabeth Goodwin

Aug 8, 2019, 6:57 am Reply

Had to watch this 15 minute video for a college procrastination reflection report paper.

ameya aken

Aug 8, 2019, 12:29 pm Reply

Exams start tomorrow
I'll start the day after


Ikramuddin Zwane

Aug 8, 2019, 12:29 pm Reply

Brilliant! Brilliant!


Aug 8, 2019, 12:45 pm Reply

im going to the gym

Alexandre Goudeau

Aug 8, 2019, 1:22 pm Reply

I literally watch this while I was supposed to study for a maths test 🙁

jennie bergman

Aug 8, 2019, 2:10 pm Reply

i was working….now i watch this…thinking about working…

Dark Wolf

Aug 8, 2019, 6:46 pm Reply

my monkey killed my panic monster in his sleep

Imad RC

Aug 8, 2019, 8:47 pm Reply

me watching this video knowing fully that I have 2 chapters of my AP chemistry summer homework to do and 3 weeks to do it but Im going somewhere that I cant work for 2 of those weeks

also me studying for tests.

everyone else: go over everything covered in the chapter a week before the test.

me: the day of the test on the period before when I have the test or the short time I have before the test in the class looking over everything but still getting A's and A-'s on the tests

Anelia Martin

Aug 8, 2019, 11:20 pm Reply

"no deadline, not an obligation" – me 2019

Anthony Alves

Aug 8, 2019, 1:13 am Reply

So I bought a monkey toy and I slap him when I feel like procrastinating. Works everytime! 😀

J Angel

Aug 8, 2019, 2:39 am Reply

This guy looks and sounds like Ninja ????


Aug 8, 2019, 6:50 am Reply

So glad that one of my school teachers played this to the class , i'm going to watch some more content from Tim Urban for sure haha

Squidja Squad

Aug 8, 2019, 9:07 am Reply

I have 10 days to finish an insanely big math work with a ton of exercises. Thx Tim.

stone heart

Aug 8, 2019, 12:33 pm Reply

My panic monster faded idk what to do

neelu koli

Aug 8, 2019, 12:36 pm Reply

You are The Enemy of Yours?


Aug 8, 2019, 3:27 pm Reply

The ending got me in my deepest recess'.

Svetlana Dear

Aug 8, 2019, 3:44 pm Reply

I loved this… Gosh. So right.


Aug 8, 2019, 3:50 pm Reply

All those dislikes are from rational decision makers

Yash Gulia

Aug 8, 2019, 4:19 pm Reply

This video is meant for me. He is an awesome speaker and has a great sense of humour.

Fatema mahmud

Aug 8, 2019, 5:07 pm Reply

I have just learned so much about myself

* Plastacia *

Aug 8, 2019, 5:26 pm Reply

That is so tru

João Luis Falangola

Aug 8, 2019, 6:38 pm Reply

at this moment I should be studying for a test, I don't know which one, I just know then I should

Reuben Giles

Aug 8, 2019, 10:44 pm Reply

I wonder how long he procrastinated this presentation

Cengiz Demir

Aug 8, 2019, 11:24 pm Reply

Selam bir apps buldum.Bu konuşmayı cümle cümle istediğin kadar tekrar edebiliyorsun hatta kayıt bile yapıyor sonra dinleme yapabiliyorsun.TEDme Google playda bulabilirsiniz

Omotolani Oreofe

Aug 8, 2019, 12:18 am Reply

I’ve been procrastinating on watching this video but welp finally here I am


Aug 8, 2019, 12:35 am Reply

The end really hit me as I finished school this year and just realised I didn´t do anything significant for the last 5 months

Jesus rocks

Aug 8, 2019, 2:56 am Reply

I have to start my internship report finish a websitr and clear my room i promised myself id sleep early at 12 pm today.

Its 6 am??

Zoie Broughton

Aug 8, 2019, 3:35 am Reply

That long term procrastination hit home


Aug 8, 2019, 3:40 am Reply

procrastination means u r not enjoying your work at all .
do what u love !
y r u layghing !?
that is not fun to live your whole life in a "panic monster-driven" situation
and do nothing meaningful in the rest of the time!

Do wt u enjoy !


Aug 8, 2019, 4:12 am Reply

This video made me procrastinate more. ?
Don't worry I will be okay.
I will get better. Try harder. Focuse more. And stop playing Sims 4.


Aug 8, 2019, 4:35 am Reply

My monkey told me I had to see this…

jotun hime

Aug 8, 2019, 7:42 am Reply

Me seeing this in my recommendations
flash back last year
My friend: omg sent u a link u gotta watch it, it's a TED talk about procrastination
Me: yah sure i'll watch it
flash back ends
Me: … yah I'm on it

True story ?

Steven Cao

Aug 8, 2019, 7:44 am Reply

This guy studied me without my permission

Elsie Campbell

Aug 8, 2019, 8:23 am Reply

Finished my thesis. So happy. No more thinking "I could spend this time more wisely"

banana jin

Aug 8, 2019, 9:21 am Reply

oh my god. this is very accurate..

iblood art

Aug 8, 2019, 10:25 am Reply

Thank you

Nicholas Bestevaar

Aug 8, 2019, 10:34 am Reply

Thank you so much for doing this talk! As a recovering procrastinator, it’s gold in helping my RDM tame the monkey. 😀

Emma Smith

Aug 8, 2019, 10:52 am Reply

Am I writing my thesis rn which is due in two or three days? Maybe?


Aug 8, 2019, 11:16 am Reply

Watching this while procrastinating.


Aug 8, 2019, 11:18 am Reply

I bet he procrastinated making this

shannen haugh

Aug 8, 2019, 12:27 pm Reply

Omg I’ve an exam in a day and a half and I’m watching this instead of studying ! I’ve never related to a video so much!

Jivyansh Mittal

Aug 8, 2019, 3:01 pm Reply

I tried to procrastinate by writing this comment..

Josep G.

Aug 8, 2019, 3:37 pm Reply

14 minutes of speak and say nothing new, congratulations, for nothing

Zorin Ralte

Aug 8, 2019, 4:32 pm Reply

I don’t think I even have a panic monster.


Aug 8, 2019, 6:06 pm Reply

Me: "I hate this frustratingly hard game, I'll put it down for a good while and cool off"
Me: "I'm gonna practice piano hardcore, tonight I'll finally learn how to play it"
Also me, 10 mins later: "Man that game is fun, I'm gonna play it"

Ivonne Giles

Aug 8, 2019, 8:15 pm Reply

I'm in the dark playground watching this TED video!


Aug 8, 2019, 12:29 am Reply

meh i can always watch this video later

thank u next

Aug 8, 2019, 1:05 am Reply


Kanga Roo [runii26]

Aug 8, 2019, 4:04 am Reply


gnanambal govin

Aug 8, 2019, 4:24 am Reply

thank you, YouTube

sarvo k

Aug 8, 2019, 4:41 am Reply

Great TED talk!!
So the major take away is…..have DEADLINES for everything!

Jay Kay

Aug 8, 2019, 6:21 am Reply

The look on his face as he was walking off was like “woo. Winged it and it went well”

johnathon colman

Aug 8, 2019, 8:44 am Reply

This video has beem sitting in my watch later playlist for WAYYYYY too long. And i finally watched it a couple weeks later:D

Das Gehirn

Aug 8, 2019, 10:34 am Reply

guess why i am here

abhishek kumar

Aug 8, 2019, 11:38 am Reply

Soooo true???

George Missailidis

Aug 8, 2019, 12:37 pm Reply

I think procrastination is a mental illness, but too common to be diagnosed.

Saurabh Pisal

Aug 8, 2019, 2:20 pm Reply

The comments on this video are the most hilarious??


Aug 8, 2019, 5:11 pm Reply

me watching this while I have 3 exams tomorrow:
my fbi agent: dissapointment

Karl Magnus

Aug 8, 2019, 5:48 pm Reply

this really inspired me. thank you.

Nessy Parks

Aug 8, 2019, 5:51 pm Reply

Beginning of video: HAMILTON WROTE THE OTHER 51!!

sumit rawat

Aug 8, 2019, 7:05 pm Reply

I procrastinated to watch this video for 700 days

Kamal Bring

Aug 8, 2019, 8:23 pm Reply

Me- adding the video to watch later

Adonis Garcia DLF

Aug 8, 2019, 8:32 pm Reply

'haha, I do that'

Christopher Stone

Aug 8, 2019, 2:39 am Reply

My gosh! This guy described me to a T! I can't even begin to count how many times that I have asked God, "What's wrong with me? What's wrong with me?" when I have knowingly shirked what I know that I should be doing. If I could kill that stinkin procrastination monkey, I would. My procrastination has caused so much unnecessary grief that I it is hard to explain.

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