Understanding Technology Procrastination Through Statistics
In Chapter 2, you learned about external factors that can lead to procrastination. You know that procrastination comes not only from the psychological games we play to tell ourselves we can put something off; it also results from factors around us that provide distractions, temptations, or unfavorable conditions and, therefore, foster procrastination. We might not put away clean laundry for days because our closet or drawers are too stuffed. We might not get all we need to get done at work because our workspace is uncomfortable or disorganized. We might put off household chores when a procrastination-enabling friend lures us away with something more fun to do.
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