What Type of Procrastinator Are You? [Flow Chart]

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Some people say they perform better under pressure. Some default to the excuse that as long as it's done, why does it matter. And others simply find the act of starting something a fear-inducing idea.

But procrastination isn't as innocent as it seems. According to research, people who are chronic procrastinators experience more stress and lower well-being, and this chronic problem may affect around 20% of the population. 

But not all procrastinators are the same. And it's worth understanding your particular style of delay by checking out the below infographic from Parcelhero.

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