Procrastinators Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from chronic procrastination.

Structured Procrastination - (good article!)

the author's website and more info

So that's what I've been doing...

Very interesting article, pro!

I haven't been able to "fool" myself successfully in the ways the author of the article has; however, my manager knows that one good way to get me to do Task A is to tell me that Task B is more important and needs to be worked on first. Suddenly I find myself wanting to work on Task A instead. In fact, I feel like I'm being sneaky and rebellious by working on Task A. Adrenaline pumps through my veins at the thought of getting caught working on the wrong task. I'll even tell myself "I'll just work on Task A for a few more minutes and then I'll stop..." My manager is well aware of this tendency of mine, but I don't think he deliberately makes up fake tasks/deadlines in order to inspire me to do work that is overdue. :laugh: