Are You A Procrastinator Quiz?

Welcome to Are You A Procrastinator?  Are you a procrastinator? This quick survey will give you that answer!

This survey has only nine questions so it won't take long. Okay, let's go!

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1. 
Procrastination
I delay tasks beyond what is reasonable.
2. 
Procrastination
I do everything when I believe it needs to be done
3. 
Procrastination
Add I often regret not getting to tasks sooner.
4. 
Procrastination
There are aspects of my life that I put off, though I know I shouldn't
5. 
Procrastination
If there is something I should do, I get to it before attending to lesser tasks
6. 
Procrastination
I put things off so long that my well-being or efficiency unnecessarily suffers.
7. 
Procrastination
At the end of the day, I know I could have better spent my time.
8. 
Procrastination
I spend my time wisely.
9. 
Procrastination
When I should be doing one thing, I will do another.
10. 
Procrastination
I delay tasks beyond what is reasonable.

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10 thoughts on “Are You A Procrastinator Quiz?”

  1. Great post. I scored pretty well on the quiz. I have found that a weekly ” to do” list helps me to stay focused and not procrastinate.

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    • A to-do list is a smart move! How great that it keeps you productive! I’ve tried but tend to put off the tasks I don’t like. I’m going with a daily one to see if it works better.Thanks!

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    • I scored very high and have also tried to do lists, they never work for me and then I feel guilty for it. Literally right now I am procrastinating sleeping. It’s utter horror living like this but no matter how much I want to change I can’t seem to.

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      • I’m sorry to hear about your struggles, Lauren. Instead of long, intimidating lists, perhaps baby steps could be easier than trying to tackle every single thing that you’re avoiding? Self improvement is a journey that is never really over, even for people who manage to check off items on their to-do list. You are not alone! Leonardo Da Vinci was famous for procrastination. That said, don’t compare yourself to anyone else! Try completing one task that is less scary than the other things you’re feeling guilty about. Take that win and relish it before you move on. Feel free to email if you’d like to chat more!

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