Let’s set the stage for what I’d like to call, A Tale of Two Types of Procrastination.
The first tale is about deadline driven procrastination, where the effects of procrastination are usually contained to the short term. This type of procrastination usually revolves around work assignments, homework, laundry or any other mundane task we find ourselves constantly putting off until the last minute. The second tale is about procrastinating on something when no deadline is given. Without a deadline the effects of this type of procrastination are not contained and can extend outward, FOR-EV-ER (cue scene from, The Sandlot).
For many of today’s workforce a career means more than a stable place to work for 20 years. Employees today are looking at company values, meaning, community, and culture before diving into a new work environment. And with company culture becoming the hottest buzzword in the HR community, much of the workforce is now relying on the company to ensure their happiness and needs are met at work.
Zombies are in fact a real thing.
According to National Geographic there a 5 "zombie" parasites that mind control their hosts. This zombie parasites hijack their subjects brain and movements to ensure that their parasite offspring continue to endure.