Among the effects of procrastination feelings of guilt and fear as too worry are very common as too is feeling too stressed out and having feelings of self loathing. Unfortunately, some people tend to keep putting off doing things that need to be done and will wait for the very last minute to get simple things done and this leads to having to deal with effects of procrastination.
Unfortunately, we all also tend to procrastinate because it is something comes very easily to a majority of us. Rather than do what needs to be done it is all too easy to get sidetracked and do things to enjoy one and to have fun and in the process put off important tasks.
Plenty Of Time On Hand?
People that procrastinate often believe and think to themselves that they have plenty of time and so engage in other activities rather than concentrate on getting the important work done. This leads to finding out at the eleventh hour that something important needs to be done leading to becoming stressed and also having to deal with other ill effects of procrastination.
Leaving things to the last minute can make you rush to get the job done and more often than not it in turn leads to missing deadlines and letting people down and that in turn gives rise to common effects of procrastination leaving you feeling like to worthless person and even worse you might actually not do a good job which then means that you won’t be able to take any pride in your work.
Procrastination can snowball into many ill effects and this means that what needs to be done now is put off to tomorrow and what needed to be done tomorrow gets put off to the following week and so on. All this will mean that delays stretch from months to years and so your dreams remain unfulfilled and you get stuck into a rut from which you are not able to find a way out.
The effects of procrastination are not pleasant and you will notice that your procrastinating ways will make you look quite bad in other people’s eyes and this is reflected in showing up late for work and not returning phone calls promptly and in general it leaves you drifting through life aimlessly and purposelessly.
Not succeeding in fulfilling your obligations – both personal and official – can give rise to several negative effects of procrastination. What is more worrying about such effects of procrastination is that they can easily get you into serious trouble which will make things even more difficult for you.