Lessons in productive procrastination

Frank Partnoy describes himself as an inveterate procrastinator – and the banker/lawyer/author is not convinced that’s a bad thing. His book Wait: The Art and Science of Delay is an investigation into his own habits of prolonged decision-making and the shortsightedness that pervaded crisis-era finance.

Fast Company spoke to Partnoy about when to make decisions, how to manage time, and why better-paid people are less happy. Read the interview here.

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