Did You Know? 4 Hidden Benefits of Procrastination

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We’ve heard it all. From ‘start early’ to ‘get a head start’ to ‘better to be the first one done, then the last’, these are like the plague to procrastinators. I will be the first to admit, yes, I like to procrastinate and to be honest it fuels me! When I’ve got a deadline, I take that as the absolute last day to turn it in. I mark that as the day to get it done. No excuses!

So why do people think of procrastinators in such a bad light?

If you’re one of the naysayers, check out the five benefits of procrastination that justify why it could actually help you execute your tasks at hand beautifully:

1. It Gives Us An Extra Boost of Energy
Procrastination uses fear as a motivator. When we have low energy to do a task and fear of not meeting a deadline, it releases adrenaline which is an energy source. Utilizing that adrenaline as a