From Fast­Com­pany: 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 talked with Partnoy about when to make deci­sions, how to manage time, and why better-paid people are less happy. · Go to Lessons In produc­tive procras­ti­na­tion →