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Procrastination has become a widespread problem that can lead to a variety of problems, including missed opportunities and increased stress.


In this article, I will share the points below with you:

  • Are procrastination and laziness the same?

  • What's serious about procrastination?

  • What are the procrastinating personality types?

  • What makes people procrastinate?

  • How to get rid of procrastination?

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  • Procrastination is an active process in which you choose to do something other than the task at hand.

  • Laziness involves apathy, passivity and an unwillingness to act.

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What's serious with procrastination?

Putting off an unpleasant but perhaps more necessary duty can have serious consequences such as:

  • Decline in productivity

  • Inability to achieve goals.

  • Become unmotivated or depressed

  • Even the loss of his job.

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What are the procrastinating personality types?
  • There are 4 procrastinating personality types:

The Interpreter

  • This procrastinator encourages himself to concentrate by reducing the time he has to complete a task.

  • Perfectionism is often the cause of these cases.

  • For others, the problem is reverting to old behaviors/habits.

  • Putting pressure on yourself, no matter what, is not a lasting habit.

If you are one, your hardest challenge will be getting started.

Your solution:

  • Focus on when you are going to start a task rather than when you want to finish it.

  • Thus, you relieve yourself of a lot of stress.

The Self-Saboteur:

  • This procrastinator is the polar opposite of the lazy. They are extremely critical of themselves.

  • Rather than admitting they are exhausted, they tend to blame their inaction on laziness or stubbornness.

  • What they really need is more compassion for themselves.

If you are one, your toughest challenge will be taking a break.

Your solution:

  • Charging is your solution.

  • Take a walk to give yourself some space and start rebuilding your energy.

The Super-Charged:

  • This procrastinator excels at filling his calendar to be always overloaded.

  • When occupation is used as an excuse to avoid doing anything, it indicates avoidance.

  • Rather than facing a problem or admitting that they don't want to accomplish something, it's easier to blame them for having other vital things to do.

If you are one, your hardest challenge will be to create chaos in order to avoid addressing what you know you are facing right now.

Your solution:

  • Take a moment to think about this question: What am I really avoiding?

The Novelty-Seeker:

  • This procrastinator suffers from shiny object syndrome.

  • They always come up with new projects they want to work on, then get bored after a week.

  • They are captivated by the latest trend and will be eager to execute but not complete.

  • They are excellent decision makers and action takers.

If you are one, your hardest challenge will be to finish the tasks.

Your solution:

  • Make a sticky note of new ideas or projects — but don't pursue them until you've finished what you're currently working on.

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What makes people procrastinate?

This happens when self-control and motivation are:

  • altered by factors such as weariness

  • countered by factors such as fear.


  • Reflects how hard people can push themselves to act in the moment.

  • Depends on people's self-control and motivation:

  • which are influenced by several variables such as long-term results and weariness.

  • Hence ADHD, low self-efficacy, depression.


  • Shows how compelled people feel to avoid taking action now.

  • Motivated by the desire to feel better in the short term, which is achieved by avoiding negative feelings and reinforcing positive emotions.

  • Involves a variety of concerns, such as anxiety and perfectionism, which people wish to avoid in the short term in order to protect their emotions.

Reasons why we procrastinate (Part 1)
Reasons why we procrastinate (Part 2)

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How to ensure that procrastination will not take over?

​1. Commit to the task:

  • Focus on action, not avoidance. Write down the tasks you need to complete and specify a time to complete them. This will help you approach your work proactively.

​2. Promise yourself a reward:

  • If you complete a difficult task on time, reward yourself with a treat, such as a piece of cake or a coffee from your favorite cafe. And be sure to notice how good it is to finish things!

​3. Ask someone to check on you:

  • Peer pressure works! This is the principle behind self-help groups. If you don't have anyone to ask, an online tool like procrastinate can help you self-monitor.

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​4. Take action as you go:

  • Tackle tasks as they arise, rather than letting them pile up over another day.

​5. Reframe your internal dialogue::

  • Saying "I choose" implies that you own a project and can make you feel more in control of your workload.

​6. Minimize distractions:

  • Turn off your emails and social media and avoid sitting near a TV while you work!

7. Eliminate tasks:

  • This will give you the rest of the day to focus on the work you find more enjoyable.

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