planner. Friday , May 26th , 2017 - 08:42:35 AM
One Tuesday, Drew has a business meeting with a very important contact. He is supposed to catch a two o'clock train to be at her office on time. But he doesn't begin to get ready to leave until 1:15, which is not enough time to shower, shave, put on clothes, get his supplies and get out the door to catch the train. It is not as if he was busy all morning. Instead, he has stayed in his pajamas, whittling away the hours until he is so pressed that he can only make it on time if there are absolutely no unexpected events such as a phone call he needs to handle or a traffic jam on the way to the train. Drew, unbeknownst to himself, is so locked into his agenda of not being told what to do that he doesn't even want to be told what to do by himself. This dynamic is commonly labeled procrastination. He sets up the meeting time and the time of the train he has to catch but then resists the time constraint because anything that tells him where to go and what to do, even his own schedule, is an anathema.
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