Experts refer to procrastination as the act of replacing high-priority actions or tasks with low-priority actions, thus putting off important tasks to a later time.
According to Schraw, Wadkins, and Olafson; “There are three criteria for a behavior to be classified as academic procrastination: it must be counterproductive, needless, and delaying” Sabini & Silver argued that postponement and irrationality are the two key features of procrastination; putting a task off is not procrastination, they argue, if there are rational reasons for doing so – curled from Wikipedia.
What I’ve found is that while everybody may procrastinate, not everyone is a procrastinator,” says Joseph Ferrari, who is a professor of psychology at DePaul University.
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Below is an infographic made by Essay Expert, with 15 ways to beat procrastination. The infographic also show how procrastination is often rooted in anxiety, fear of failure or negative perfectionism. And finally gives useful tips like practicing effective time management, changing your perspective, and setting realistic goal.