The Six Styles of Procrastination

This week we will be discussing Time Management. As you know, we all have the same amount of time so it’s not time management, it’s PRIORITY MANAGEMENT!
The Six Styles of Procrastination Discover Your Style
1. Do you have difficulty completing a project because your own high standards have not been met?
2. Do you get preoccupied with details, rules, or schedules that others don’t seem to care much about
3. Do you think a lot about things you want to accomplish, but rarely get them off the ground?
4. Do you wait for opportunities to drop into your lap rather than take an active, “go get ’em” approach?
5. Do you paralyze yourself before starting a project by worrying about the ‘what ifs” of the situation?
6. Do you hesitate to leave your comfort zone, avoiding situations that might cause stress or anxiety?
7. Do you ignore deadlines, then at the last minute work frantically to get things done?
8. Do you enjoy taking risks and living on the edge?
9. Do you become sulky, irritable or argumentative when asked to do a task that you don’t want to do?
10. Do you avoid obligations by claiming that you’ve forgotten them or that they’re unimportant?
11. Do you have difficulty saying ‘no’ to others, then feel resentful when you feel overburdened?
12. Do you run around doing a lot of things, without really feeling that you’re accomplishing very much?
If you answered ‘yup, that’s me” to any of these questions, you’ve got a procrastination issue. To discover your procrastination style, see below!
If you answered Yes to
Questions 1 & 2: ……you’re a Perfectionist
Questions 3 & 4: ……you’re a Dreamer
Questions 5 & 6: ……you’re a Worrier
Questions 7 & 8: ……you’re a Crisis-Maker
Questions 9 & 10: …’re a Defier (Passive-Aggressive)
Questions 11 & 12: …’re a Pleaser (Overdoer)
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