The Science Of Procrastination (Infographic)

Posted on May 20 2014 - 9:48am by Alexandra Ashton

If you stopped procrastination, imagine how much stuff you can do. Imagine how many TV episodes of Game of Thrones you can see if you stopped procrastinating. The Bob’s Burgers’ episodes that guarantee an hour of endless raucous laughing should be easily viewed if you had procrastination settled in your life. The great irony is that it is because of these episodes, too, that you are procrastinating. The secret there is: find a job that’s in line with your interests, such as watching Game of Thrones, and surely every procrastination event you’ll have is a celebrated feat.

This infographic has all the basics of what procrastination can do to your life and how you can manage it so well you’d be most productive in so many levels. This has tips on how you can control the moment the procrastination wave hits you and makes you get to your knees in full defeat and get all your tasks taken to the side unfinished. The problem starts with not understanding the condition. If you read this and prepare yourself for what might come, then you’d have a more exciting controlled life. Maybe if you can fight procrastination, you can watch your favorite movie then after all your tasks are done without the feeling of shame and unimaginable failure.

This infographic also has to be one of the best ways you could battle procrastination and make sense with this condition in the most scientific and particularly neurological way. You could understand more about the condition and why people seem to be taken to its lures every single time there’s a huge task to finish. This infographic could also give you the most basic ideas on how many people suffer from this challenge and how much is the global economy losing just to cope with this condition. Learn more about it in this infographic now. Then tell people about this so we can improve our lives.


About the Author

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.