What Type Of Procrastinator Are You? [Infographic]

You’re not alone: everyone does it at some time.

We all procrastinate. golf-putt-office-procrastinate

It is estimated that one-fifth of adults and half of all students procrastinate.

Negative impacts of procrastination include diminished performance, poorer mental and physical health, and increased stress, worry, and guilt

Maybe you even made a New Year’s resolution not to procrastinate – or maybe you put off making that decision.

But did you know that there are many different ways to put things off?

Lifehack shows you how in this interesting flowchart:



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