There are four types of procrastinatorsMarch 2021
Recognizing what type of procrastinator you are can help you become more effective, reports Inc. Here are four types of procrastinator:
Thrill seekers are those who leave assignments to the last minute. They say they work better under pressure but most likely they just enjoy pressing deadlines.
Avoiders are those who just don’t like to take decisions. They prefer it when someone else decides for them. They also like to criticize others’ decisions.
Indecisives are those afraid of success, or of not being good enough.
Priority dilutional is when you delay the most important task by shifting attention to less important activities.