The old adage of ‘procrastination is the thief of time’ is so true. Time has a way of creeping up and all those things that have been put off, roll together and then, there’s no time left to do them. This can result in personal disappointment and upset and rejection for the individual and others.
Learning how to stop procrastinating usually starts by understanding why things have put off or left to the last minute in the first place.
15 Reasons Why People Procrastinate:
Any one of these factors can combine with any other. Any one and all, will lead to things not getting done on time, and things not getting done at all. It may lead to failure, rejection and upset. It can lead to lost deals at work, poor performance and conflict at home and in social circles. Procrastination can be seen as a sign of weakness and an inability to cope on the part of an observer.
Procrastination may sometimes seem the easy option, and very often, this is the root cause of putting things off. Learning how to stop procrastinating is about accepting that there are ways that everything can be conquered.