Procrastination is putting things off until it’s too late or you need to rush to finish it, causing yourself and others a lot of unnecessary pain and stress. Nearly 88% of the world’s working population is said to be guilty of this type of behavior at some point in their life. It’s mostly inevitable and only harmful if you let it manifest in your life and become chronic.
Chronic procrastination can lead to poor health, career growth, personal growth, and relationships. However, there are simple ways to overcome it as long as you commit to change.
In this guide, you will discover what type of procrastinator you are, common reasons you developed this habit, and ways to fix it to improve your relationships and live a happier, more fulfilling, and successful life.