Procrastinating was something of an art form during college, almost like a little game to see how many other things I could find to do instead of my pending papers. I find that procrastinating in my professional life has pretty much been a nonissue, and has only reared its little head during the slowest of times. Why is it that when you have nothing to do and a project comes up, it's so much harder to get motivated than adding another project to a busy schedule? So, would you call yourself a procrastinator? And if you're someone who never puts things off until the last minute, perhaps you could share your tactics on how you get motivated.
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