I'm Not Resting, I'm Creating: The Power of POSITIVE Procrastination - Kindle ebook by John Rayburn

It has been widely considered that Leonardo da Vinci could possibly be the most diversely talented individual who has ever lived. He died nearly 500 years ago but one of his observations still rings true. “Every now and then, go away, take a little relaxation, because when you come back to your work, your judgment will be surer. To remain constantly at work will cause you to lose power of judgment. Go some distance away, because then the work appears smaller and more of it can be taken in at a glance, and a lack of harmony or proportion is more readily seen.
That ties in directly with the basic premise of this book, which also recognizes the slogan of the National Procrastinator’s club: “Don't wait. Procrastinate NOW!” as one means of handling time to your benefit and personal satisfaction.
The author interviewed clinical psychologists, governmental leaders and successful business people to arrive at ways and means of making the clock work more favorably for you. There are wise observations from such as da Vinci, Churchill, Einstein, Ovid, Sandburg and others. Join the "putter-offers" for success and happiness.
Since the 1700s we've been plagued by Lord Chesterfield's admonition, "Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today." This text refutes that with ways to manage time without letting it manage you.

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