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Dorikka comments on How to Beat Procrastination - Less Wrong

156 Post author: lukeprog 05 February 2011 06:49PM

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Comment author: Dorikka 05 February 2011 10:13:16PM *  1 point [-]

Procrastinus, I think that the main reason that this comment is getting downvoted is because you double-posted. If you delete the parent and I delete this comment, I think it will disappear.

Edit: Forgot to check this and delete it before it got a child. x.X

Comment author: tomasth 11 May 2011 08:22:26PM -1 points [-]

do rewards of feeling help ?

(if you do not act , another conscientiousnesses being will suffer)

what about people that do not suffer from Procrastination ? is there research to the opposite kind of person ? the way fat people look at how naturaly thine eat.

why beginning to early is a problem ?

Comment author: thomblake 11 May 2011 09:55:18PM 4 points [-]

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