What is Procrastination and Do you Have it?
Procrastination is an individual's tendency to constantly postpone important and urgent tasks by replacing them with less important things. For example, an employee needs to write a report, but they do not want to do it. Then they get constantly distracted by calls, snacks, and conversations with colleagues. And as the workday comes to an end, this task is delegated to another day. As a result, this report will be written a couple of hours before it is delivered to the boss. The employee is experiencing anxiety. Procrastination leads to bigger problems and negative psychological effects, such as stress, guilt, and low self-esteem. Do you suffer from procrastination? Take our 25-question quiz and find out!