Procrastination – Putting off an activity that was planned or scheduled, for activities that are of a lesser importance.
We’re all guilty of it.
Some surveys of student populations show that almost 90% of students say they have some problem associated with procrastination. Being a “procrastinator” can lead you to miss certain important events, not pay bills on time, and can negatively effect emotions.
According to the Procrastination Research Group at Carleton University, 94% of people believe that procrastination can have a negative impact on their happiness. It can lead you to having feelings of guilt and regret for not completing a task until it was last minute.
Getting into a good mindset, avoiding procrastinating at all cost, and taking control of your actions can help you to stay on top.