Procrastination, is one of the biggest problems that most people
have. Many people think that they do not “manage time well”
and hence they get very little work done. This may be true. But, for a
few people only! Most of the people, do not get any work done
because they are “Procrastinators”!
Just in case you do not know, a procrastinator is someone who puts off the work that they are supposed to do for a later time! For example, a student sits to study, he reads a few pages of his textbook! They are interesting. Then comes he comes to a very complicated and boring page! The student, instead of trying to figure things out, convinces him-self that he will do it later. But that later never comes! That is procrastinating!
Some people are “light procrastinators”! They procrastinate, but not on everything! Some people are “heavy procrastinators”. They find it very difficult to get anything done! For example, some students find it very difficult to actually start studying. Every time they sit to study, they convince them selves that something else is much more important! They end up postponing their studying program forever until it is very late and then they rush though things desperately.
I, Khoj Badami am personally a very very heavy procrastinator! So, this topic is very important to me too. In this article I will try to help you understand the true nature of procrastination. Once you understand this, you will be able to understand and recognize when you are procrastinating. And you will be able overcome it!
Here is the fun part, if you are a “heavy procrastinator”, you are probably looking at this article and thinking something on the lines of…. “Hey this is a nice article! It can help me! I think I will put it in my favorites and come back and read it a little later!” No! Do not do this! Read this article now! It’s the first step to free you from your procrastinating habit!
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