On the Art (and Use) of Procrastination #video

I was recently asked to speak at Freestate's Themepark event.

Summed up as "Preferring to dawdle at the park gates of a theme known only to himself, his diary and the lists he works bottom up, Mark Jenning’s tongue-in-cheek exposition of the wily ways of that most pernicious of all pastimes, sees the art of never doing what you must receive something of an overhaul: namely, the idea of progressive procrastination, as advanced by John Perry, sometime philosopher, full time avoider, who, by dint of the exhaustive nature of procrastination, and through his own deep practice, concludes that eventually all true procrastinators get round to do doing exactly that which they spend their time procrastinating about. Watch and relax."