In a world that tries to beat you down with false urgency, you always have the right to pause and claim the space you need before making a commitment.
Procrastinators delay doing tasks. Precrastinators take quick action and get things done. Which one wins in the productivity battle? The answer isn’t what you’d expect.
Precrastinators think they are highly productive because they “get things done.” The problem is that “getting things done” is not the metric of productivity.
Why would we waste our energy doing things that don’t actually get us to where we want to go?
Turns out that checking off the boxes on your to-do list isn’t as productive as you thought.
If you find yourself constantly in motion — running around, always busy, always thinking and doing — I encourage you to try a Yin practice.