Procrastinators vs. Non-Procrastinators

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Procrastinators vs. Non-Procrastinators

By | November 2011
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Procrastinators vs. Non-Procrastinators
Procrastination is a part of everyday life to some people, and not so much for others. Procrastinations have been defined as the habit of putting task off until later. It is concerned by many a “bad habit.” I, myself have formed this so called bad habit of putting task off until later, which of course leaves me rushing to complete a task. Although procrastinators and non- procrastinators do not have many similarities, they do in fact have many differences.

Time management is one of the biggest problems faced by procrastinators. Procrastinators wait until the last minute to start on an assignment or task whether it be school or work. They also tend to have trouble with being on time, because they do not allow enough time for things such as: traffic jams, wrecks, or car trouble. Non-procrastinators on the other hand, use schedules and daily planners to highlight assignment due dates and appointment times in order to be on time. They also plan ahead to avoid any problems that would prevent them from being on time. I’m sure like myself most of us procrastinators spend plenty of time doing things we shouldn’t, just wasting our time. One time waster I find myself doing a lot of is facebooking. Whereas, non-procrastinators may only partake in facebooking after they have completed their assignments or work.

Procrastinators lack motivation to get things done. Unless of course the task is exciting or interesting for instance taking out the trash is neither interesting nor exciting. So therefore we put it off until later, when it is absolutely necessary on the account of it over flowing. After putting it off I find that it is more trouble, than if I would’ve went ahead and did it. Non-procrastinators realize that whether you put it off or not it still has to be done. So they would rather go ahead and get it over with.

Many procrastinators are haunted by distractions, meaning they’re easily distracted by things like...