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Published on Aug 5, 2016
"I have always thought procrastination was a vice. But, against my better judgement, I've come to believe that it can be a virtue. I'm the opposite of a procrastinator. As long as I can remember, I've been a 'precrastinator,' which is a great term for somebody who just feels a strong impulse to get things done as soon as possible."
For more, read our entire interview with Adam Grant, "Six secrets to true originality" on McKinsey.com http://bit.ly/2aLIbiK