It's the end of the day. You turn off your computer and regret starts to weigh heavily on your mind. You begin to feel that terrible feeling in the pit of your stomach - it looks like that big task will have to wait another day.....again.
If you've ever felt this way, you may be a procrastinator.
You're certainly not alone.
We all procrastinate in one way or another in our lives. Living in the digital age, procrastination has become an epidemic in the world. A new study posted in Forbes shows 88% of the workforce admit they procrastinate at least 1-2 hours per day (and more) and on average.
People spend countless hours checking emails, texts, watching cat videos, self-help tutorials, taking programs and chasing down the "shiny new objects of the week."
Procrastination causes people to feel unhappy and procrastinators typically have health issues, financial problems, and lower self-worth. All of these things can majorly impact your life.
By not taking action on your goals, you are forcing yourself to lead a life of mediocrity and disappointment. (you disappoint your loved ones and most importantly, you disappoint yourself.)