Wednesday, August 1st 2018
Hi readers, do you put things off? Find yourself making excuses to get out of bothersome little duties? In short, are you guilty of that nasty habit of procrastination? We’re all guilty of it from time to time, but when putting things off interferes with your life, there’s cause for concern. Procrastination can cause problems at work or school, in your relationships, and with your health, among other things. Find out why you procrastinate and how potentially damaging it could be by taking this procrastination test.
This procrastination test is made up of two types of questions: scenarios and self-assessment. You only need to answer 10 questions on the test, here is the link:
Enjoy and good luck for the test….
Here is my result anyway…^_^:
|Procrastination Test – Abridged|
Procrastination is a strange phenomenon. Experts define it as an intention to do something, but acting contrary to the intention by postponing it or doing something else. It often seems to be a good solution for making life more enjoyable (by delaying unpleasant responsibilities), but procrastination almost always makes things more difficult and stressful. It may provide temporary relief, but that looming deadline, those extra pounds that need to be taken off, or that annoying visit to your Great Aunt Janice, can’t be put off forever. Many people struggle for years to free themselves from its chains in order to forge ahead towards academic success, fulfilling relationships, a clean house, or a healthy body.
Although it may seem as though putting something off until later isn’t a big deal, studies have shown that it can turn into a serious habit. Not only can it pervade into all areas of your life, but it can result in lost opportunities, career troubles, unnecessary expenses (e.g. late fees) and even health problems. The tendency to procrastinate may also be the sign of a deeper issue, often linked to Depression, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Anxiety.
Yeah, I do my work wholeheartedly and sometimes too serious on it. Because I believe whatever I plant is what I will reap. If I’m lazy, I will get nothing. Being a hardworker is a lifestyle for me. You may try it… ^_^
Naomi Indah Sari
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