Procrastination Isn't Caused By Laziness. Use This Mind Framework to Help You Concentrate and Get Productive. Unlike what many people think, procrastination is not caused by being tired — it's a sign of deeper problems.
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We all suffer from procrastination, which can negatively affect our productivity, relationships, and well-being. Procrastination is a chronic problem for around 20% of adults.
Additionally, Darius Foroux's study of 2219 participants revealed that 88% of the workforce procrastinates at least one hour every day. Moreover, it said a person earning $40k a year wastes nearly 15,000 dollars if they were to procrastinate three hours a day.
But why does procrastination occur? And, what makes it so hard to overcome?