Procrastination covers a very broad scope and before individuals can fully understand and overcome their procrastination environment of behavior, they need to familiarize themselves with the basics of procrastination.
Procrastination is the practice of delaying things or carrying tasks that are less urgent in preference to more urgent ones. This is also the habit of doing pleasurable things in place of those that are less pleasurable only to find out that they have put off impending works at a later time or even the “last minute“. Procrastination is the opposite of ideal productivity.
To produce is to pull and work forward to get things done while to procrastinate is to push things forward for tomorrow, next week, or probably never.
This habit or practice can fill your life with shame. There are even instances that some individuals are cursing themselves due to their laziness, inability to concentrate on important tasks at hand, and the human tendency of being easily laid to more immediate and easier gratifications.
Procrastination sometimes comes with good reasons and that is time procrastinating is time spent to figure out things and plan for future actions to make.
The positive side of procrastination is that this allows individuals to have enough time to sort out complicated issues and generate ideas. It cannot be denied that there are really inevitable instances that individuals need to embrace the habit of procrastination.
But to the extent that this becomes an alarming habit and starts to pose negative impacts on your life, procrastination must be stopped at all costs.