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Although a procrastinator is usually defined as someone who intentionally and habitually puts off doing something the act of becoming a procrastinator is a psychological process There are various stages of procrastination Stages that all people are guilty of doing at some point in their life In order to be branded a true procrastinator one must complete all three stages The first stage is denial All people commit this stage of procrastination Denial is the stage in which people take into consideration time constraints other more important aspects in their lives and the difficulty of the task ahead Taking into consideration time importance and difficulty one starts to formulate reasons for putting off the project Most people believe that they have plenty of time before the deadline looms over their head Usually people think that walking the dog cleaning the house or even organizing their sock drawer is more important then the task they are faced with After several days or even several hours of putting off the project a person comes out of the stage of denial If a person is not a procrastinator the project will be done immediately once denial vanishes If a person is a procrastinator they will progress into the next stage of daydreaming In the second stage of procrastination a person has the intention to do the project but becomes side tracked This is where daydreaming occurs While sitting there a person starts to formulate ideas These ideas start to remind the person of the silliest stuff a commercial jingle or the time in third grade when they fell off a swing and spilled the contents of their head on the ground Then they begin to think that the swing incident is why they are irresponsible today This leads to a mental note to contact the lawyer about a possible lawsuit After all this legal contemplation the person realizes that they have spent a good two hours
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