The Greatest Procrastination Masterclass You’ve Never Heard Of

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The number one contributor to late articles. Do you have an article due, but you’re sick and tired of writing it ahead of time and want to write it at the very last minute, all while persuading yourself that it’s still technically Friday so your article isn’t that late? 

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I literally typed the first half of this article, and I swear to God, I went and watched a 15-minute video of The Pat Mcafee Show interviewing Aaron Rodgers saying Brock Purdy is an absolute dawg of a quarterback. 

Ahhh, NFL drama.

AKA the only acceptable drama on television for men.

Does any brain cell of mine care one bit about what Aaron Rodgers has to say about this other guy?

Oh, absolutely not. 

Why did I watch it?

Ok, secretly for the drama.

But truly because of procrastination.

The gift that keeps on giving. 

The scary P word that drives me to continue my wild caffeine addiction just to get shit done on time.

I’m definitely making this up and not saying this from experience.


Did I mention you could start your very own trial of procrastination today?

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See what I did there?

Ok, for real.


I’m noticing this productivity sin becoming much too prevalent in my life as of late.

See, Kacey and I have been hammering away on starting up our digital marketing agency, Ember, and by golly, all I’ve been wanting to do is binge out on video games. 

Mainly, Skyrim, a game I’ve already put 1000’s of hours into, but here I am back at it again. 

I’d rather keep binging content and hope that my procrastination will solve itself. 

Obviously, that isn’t working.

The main reason I want to get my binge on couldn’t be more clear to me. 

I mean, the first step is to admit you have a problem, right?

Well, here we are.

To be honest, I feel mildly overwhelmed which makes me feel stressed out which then causes me to feel like I’m way too disorganized. 

The terrific trifecta of doo-doo right there.

But am I being proactive about solving this problem?


Well, it’s more like a kinda nope.

I’m waiting to do everything at the last minute, which is never a good business practice.

Hence the particular focus on procrastination. 

Common sense right there, but I clearly need a little nudge from the much more blunt version of myself. 

If you couldn’t tell, Uncle P has completely manifested into my writing this week.

Now, don’t get me wrong, we’ve been super busy with meetings and creating pitches for other businesses that I haven’t spent much brain power on Above Average Advice.

Like, none at all. 

At least, not until 8 pm the day this article is supposed to be published.

But still.

The easiest solution to all my problems could be to work ahead.

I could be writing 2 or 3 articles ahead of time just to cover my ass just in case I’m struck with a violent episode of Procrastination-19. 

Which, thankfully, I’m fighting to get over this week. 

We’re on the up and up though, don’t worry. 

I’m puking out words right now, so that’s a fantastic sign. 


I appreciate you taking the time to read my little vent session to myself about procrastination.

Even if you are procrastinating. 

I won’t judge.

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