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From: By Maria Konnikova
Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy
Is procrastination hereditary? This article seems to suggest that to some extent it is. But then do not blame it on your parents so soon, because it also shares how one can overcome putting off a task by breaking it into small doable chunks and by keeping distractions away. Interesting read.
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