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Top 3 Famous Procrastinators and Their Impact on History


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Let's say hello to this wonderful day, my fellow procrastinators ๐ŸŒž (if there are any, of course ๐Ÿ˜…) . I would love to share with you the result of the amazing research I did today! ๐Ÿค“


As you have already guessed from the title (if you did

n't procrastinate to read it ๐Ÿ‘€ :))) , I'm going to share with you three of the greatest procrastinators of our time and the impact they have had on our lives.


Let's start with Leonardo da Vinci. How is it possible, you may ask, that one of the greatest artists in the world was also a procrastinator? Yes, it took him years to finish one of the most expensive paintings ever (some say it's worth over a billion dollars), and yes, I'm talking about the Mona Lisa. ๐ŸŽจ


Next up, we have Martin Luther King Jr. King was a gifted orator and civil rights leader, but he also struggled with procrastination. He often put off writing his speeches until the last minute, but his ability to improvise and speak from the heart helped him deliver some of the most powerful speeches of the 20th century. ๐Ÿ—ฃ๏ธ


Last but not least, Jane Austen (have you heard of her?) - her witty and insightful novels have stood the test of time, and despite throwing away her work and coming back to it later, it has become a proven classic. ๐Ÿ“š


So hopefully, I made a point here :) It doesn't make you a bad person if you procrastinate every now and then, but let's face it, being productive is a bit more delightful... ๐Ÿ’ช

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