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About Dan Ariely
Dan Ariely is an Israeli professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics and is the founder of The Center for Advanced Hindsight. He is the author of Dollars and Sense, Predictably Irrational, and The Upside of Irrationality which become the New York Times best-selling books. However, He research forces that influence human behavior and irrational decisions.
Inside The Upside of Irrationality: The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic
I don’t know about you, but I have never met anyone who never procrastinates. Delaying annoying tasks is a nearly universal problem—one that is incredibly hard to curb, no matter how hard we try to exert our willpower and self-control or how many times we resolve to reform.
Allow me to share a personal story about one way I learned to deal with my own tendency to procrastinate. Many years ago I experienced a devastating accident. A large magnesium flare exploded next to me and left 70 percent of my body covered with third-degree burns (an experience I wrote about in Predictably Irrational*). As if to add insult to injury, I acquired hepatitis from an infected blood transfusion after three weeks in the hospital.
Obviously, there is never a good time to get virulent liver disease, but the timing of its onset was particularly unfortunate because I was already in such bad shape. The disease increased the risk of complications, delayed my treatment, and caused my body to reject many skin transplants. To make matters worse, the doctors didn’t know what type of liver disease I had. They knew I wasn’t suffering from hepatitis A or B, but they couldn’t identify the strain. After a while, the illness subsided, but it still slowed my recovery by flaring up from time to time and wreaking havoc on my system.
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