Why Should You Care About Procrastination?

Why Should You Care About Procrastination?Do you feel discouraged, overburdened and anxious much of the time? If you do, and it’s mainly because you tend to procrastinate, you’re not the only one. Most people procrastinate to a certain degree. You may leave the dirty dishes in the sink for the next day, put off doing lawn work or take your time working on a business project because you just don’t plain want to do it. However, when your procrastination adversely affects your personal or business life, you should care a great deal. Procrastination is a vicious circle. In many cases, we ourselves perpetuate the cycle of procrastination.

Whenever someone procrastinates, yet still manages to get the job done, it reinforces the behavior and the next time you have something to do, you think you can get it done properly even if you procrastinate. After all, you did it before and the outcome was okay, right? However, if you procrastinate a lot, you find yourself overburdened, stressed out, and your tasks begin to slip away. After all, how can you expect to do a good job, whatever that job may be if you’re always stressed out because you’ve procrastinated too long? Inevitably, the procrastinator started out procrastinating in small amounts, and eventually, it began to eat away at their productiveness. Slowly but surely the habit of procrastination grew and now it may affect large portions of their lives, making it more difficult to function effectively in their business or social lives, which is why you should care about the habit of procrastination. Procrastination can cause:

  • Stress
  • Accumulated jobs, which can’t be done effectively
  • You could be seen as lazy by others, which could affect your job or social life
  • Depression
  • Financial burdens

Procrastination can affect your finances if you tend to put off paying your bills, which can eventually lead to financial ruin. Relationships can be ruined by procrastination, and with each failure, more and more stress is accumulated, which can ultimately lead to depression. It’s a fact that procrastination is closely linked with depression, and that’s just one of the many reasons why you should care about procrastination. Don’t allow procrastination to ruin your life. Take action now, and avoid the negative impact that procrastination can have on your life. Would you like more information on succeeding personally and professionally?

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ADD, ADD Coaching, ADDing Perspective, anxiety, Focus and Concentration, Frank Coppola, Overcoming Procrastination, Procrastination, Productivity, Staying focused, stress management

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