What kind of procrastinatorare you? Types of procrastination

What kind of procrastinatorare you? Types of procrastination

1) Hesitators
Hesitators have such a hard time
making decisions that they often get to work rather late in the game, whether it’s working on a paper or studying for an exam. Hesitators tend to avoid new situations because they’re likely to cause anxiety and feelings of incompetence. Hesitators would gain a lot from trusting themselves more. If they think they’ll have trouble with an assignment, they can always ask for help from a colleague or a teacher.

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2) Shirkers
Shirkers try to avoid disagreeable or boring situations. They prefer to keep their minds distracted by busying themselves with other work. They probably feel anxious about being evaluated and prefer
to hand their work in at the last minute. This way they can justify their poor performance by saying they didn’t have enough time. It’s important for shirkers to increase their tolerance for activities that they don’t particularly enjoy, and to realize that their teachers are evaluating the quality of their work, not their value as individual people.

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3) Perfectionist
Perfectionists are often chasing after such inaccessibly high standards they end up discouraged rather than motivated. Their
quest for excellence leaves them chronically dissatisfied, which pushes them to perpetually postpone handing in their work. Luckily, by accepting their strengths and weaknesses and following project or homework guidelines, perfectionists can decrease their anxiety and get the work piling up on their desk done – on time!

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4) Anarchists
Anarchists don’t much like having to meet other people’s standards. They don’t feel very motivated when they see a task as imposed on them, and they react by postponing it so they can accomplish something more satisfying. They’re sometimes very invested in extracurricular
activities, which excite them more and might eat up all their time. (Opportunities are certainly not lacking on campus!) To improve their work habits, anarchists might find reasons to get started by linking their assignments with their personal interests.

Becoming aware of the excuses we use to justify putting off our obligations enables us to recognize those moments in which we’re in danger of succumbing to procrastination. This is a crucial step if you’re going to respond effectively next time! The next step is convincing yourself to actually do your work, in order to ensure
your academic success and maintaining your quality of life.

Credit: Mr. Pawan
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