The whole appeal of this Ted Talk is held extensively in the images. So if you are listening to the audio, you may want to follow the link back to the blog and watch it fully.
And if you are already on the blog… Welcome. All you must do is scroll down and watch it here
First of all, I want to curse the monkey. But lets be honest. How could anyway stay mad at a cute little monkey?
Especially one that brings fun and good cheer.

So really, the problem is that damn panic monster. If we can find a way to just get rid of him completely, and all the responsibilites he is trying to force us to take, then all will be right in the world again.
KILL THE MONSTER!!! Who’s with me?

@waitbutwhy @elonmusk will there be a module in the Neuralink to limit the Instant Gratification Monkey?
— Dane Harrington (@Dane_Harrington) March 28, 2017

 

@waitbutwhy the instant gratification monkey & my dog mochi are totes in love pic.twitter.com/tjwz6tS8jn
— Jessica Sek (@jessicasek) March 28, 2017

 

Why Procrastinators Procrastinate
Who would have thought that after decades of struggle with procrastination, the dictionary, of all places, would hold the solution. I would do those the night before, until I realized I could just do them through the night, and I did that until I realized I could actually start them in the early morning on the day they were due. This behavior reached caricature levels when I was unable to start writing my 90-page senior thesis until 72 hours before it was due, an experience that ended with me in the campus doctor’s office learning that lack of blood sugar was the reason my hands had gone numb and curled up against my will. Via waitbutwhy.com