"This was a highly entertaining and informative work. With a self-confessed procrastinator in the house, it was fun to listen to the author debate every action (or inaction) and, indeed, marvel that this book actually exists. Comforting at the same..."
Draws on the stories of history's most notable habitual postponers and on the insights of psychologists, philosophers, and behavioral economists to explain why procrastination happens and how it can help promote healthy priorities.
"Very enjoyable read. The characters were interesting and it was exciting to bounce back and forth in time to slowly eke out their individual backstories, and, ultimately, how the various stories collide. I particularly enjoyed reading WWII stories..."