I am not normally one to leap into action, unless it is forced upon meIf I am struck by a spark of genius, I have been known to sit down until I recover.
They say “The Early Bird Gets the Worm”, but not being partial to worms I find this to be a dis-incentive.
I may be a procrastinator.
But there is a “Pro” in procrastinateFor example:
Driving to Vancouver on Hwy 1. During the morning rush, you are more likely to get a parking ticket than a speeding ticket. Ok, that’s a slight exaggeration but not by much.
But if you wait a bit (procrastinate) and go in later, you won’t be stuck in traffic, until you actually get to town. Then, and I swear this happened, you can watch the driver in front of you apply a full face of makeup.
Not really part of the procrastination blog post but It Was Mesmerizing
While driving, this lady gazed into her rear-view mirror and applied paint and powder and putty or whatever using brushes, knives and possibly tweezers (maybe even a spray can) to get her face ready to face the work day.
But wait…there’s moreThen she put her glasses on.
I guess she required glasses to drive but not for the accurate application of face paint.
Persona applied, spectacles in place, ready to concentrate on driving.
Not quiteIf there are no pictures, it never happened
In true Kardashian style, she proceeded to take a series of selfies while turning off of the potentially aptly named Terminal Ave onto Quebec St.
At least she was wearing her glasses.
So David, does this have anything to do with procrastinating?Other than putting off finishing this post, No.
What made me create this T-shirt I do not know but I am glad that I did not procrastinate and that I applied this thought to a product which, as of this point in time, is my second best seller, proving that you never know what people want. My twin brother Allen certainly didn’t.
This post seems to ramble a bit.
Maybe the next one should be about focus.
Or haunted ice cubes.
Second time in as many months.
You can buy the Procrastinate T-Shirt now... or later