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Ending Procrastination Twenty percent of people identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. They don't pay their bills on time and leave Christmas shopping until Christmas Eve. This is a learned behavior and therefore can be unlearned. By: H.E. Marano Maybe you tell yourself you perform better under pressure. Or that the work you do when you're not feeling in the mood to work isn't very good. Or you think that you can't do anything well unless you're feeling at the top of your form. Uh-oh, you've got the earmarks of a procrastinator. Of course, you've got lots of company. Twenty percent of people identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. These are people who don't pay their bills on time, who miss opportunities for buying tickets to concerts, who leave Christmas shopping until Christmas Eve. Let's not even talk about income taxes! College seems to bring out the procrastination in people. In the college setting, up to 70 percent of students identify themselves as procrastinators. Of course, it won't help you get things done any faster to know that procrastination isn't good for your
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2011 for the course HUM SRVS 100 taught by Professor Lovern/elam during the Fall '07 term at Allan Hancock College.

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