Tomorrow is always soon.

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25 Responses to Tomorrow is always soon.

  1. Anonymous says:

    ive been procrasting about something all week… i think ill do it today……….. or maybe tomorrow

  2. Anonymous says:

    That could be a good thing, if you’re putting off doing something bad.

  3. Anonymous says:

    well, what putting off, may be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on what happens when i do it, which is exactly wh ive been putting it off

  4. Bushra says:

    I’ve been putting something off by viewing blogs. I have no intention to stop doing this.

  5. Timshel says:

    Maybe I should go back to work :)
    nah I’ll read some more, still not up-to-date.

    Oh yes for a change,i’am not send by Dr John but kopikol.net.

  6. Neffy says:

    I want to contribute and do something new for the world:
    I will open my own blog!!!
    … nah..
    I’m better writting comments…

  7. Anonymous says:

    I know it comes from me, but I can’t puzzle this out: shouldn’t the fulfillment level be low when the procrastination rate is high and reciprocally (ie: shouldn’t your line be the other way around)?

  8. jim says:

    the fulliment level is low when ithe prcrastination rate is high… i know its a while to figure out, i had to lok at for like 5 mintutes b4 i relizesd it was the wirght way

  9. physie says:

    Whoa! Thanks for the reminder! I’m outta here.

  10. Anonymous says:

    but what if you realize fulfillment thruough procrastination?

  11. w look says:

    This is the best!

  12. Big Primpin' says:

    My mom used to tell me I procrastinated too much. Know what I told her? Just you wait.

  13. Big Primpin' says:

    My mom used to tell me I procrastinated too much. Know what I told her? Just you wait.

  14. Big Primpin' says:

    My mom used to tell me I procrastinated too much. Know what I told her? Just you wait.

  15. Big Primpin' says:

    My mom used to tell me I procrastinated too much. Know what I told her? Just you wait.

  16. Big Primpin' says:

    My mom used to tell me I procrastinated too much. Know what I told her? Just you wait.

  17. Loner says:

    Hey… I am liking your way of putting things. I have recommended your blog to my friends now.

  18. Bodger says:

    I agree with the trend, but I think you have the causaility backwards—Where I come from, the dependant variable usually goes on the y-axis. Are you suggesting that greater fulfillment causes less procrastination?

  19. TherapyDoc says:

    Super, Jessica. How’s it feel to be teaching other docs all over the world? I used this delightful methodology on a post tonight–and credited you, of course.

  20. Arizona free Home Insurance owner quote says:

    How true,how true.

  21. Mike says:

    GOD has given you a real good creative mind.

  22. Chris says:

    Surely as procrastination increases, fulfilment decreases, so procrastination should be on the x?

  23. no such thing as procrastination, only laziness.

  24. nahkaimurrao says:

    Maybe I should put this off for a while. . .
    Nah, I’ll do that tomorrow.

  25. wulfe says:

    I read this as “The greater the fulfillment [expected] the less one procrastinates.”

    Which, to me is as true as any axiom.

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