Measure My Procrastination!

Picture2Procrastination is pervasive, and it concerns us. At least 95% of us procrastinate at least occasionally and about 15-20% of us do it consistently and problematically.

Find out where you land in the ranks of procrastination. Are you a garden-variety dilly dallier or are you hardcore with “tomorrow” tattooed across your back?

Complete the more comprehensive survey here that I’ve administered to tens of thousands of subjects around the world to get a more detailed diagnosis of your procrastination profile, along with a few scientifically proven tips for taming our tendency to put things off.

Procrastination Survey

Note. The information that you provide in this survey including your email address will be completely confidential. It will not be linked to your responses in any way and will be not be revealed to any third parties.

Keep in mind that you can choose to exit the survey at any time, but you will only get your feedback by answering all the questions. With your participation, we will continue to improve our understanding of procrastination and the destructive patterns that adversely impact our lives.

Note. You can read the website consent form

Here is another link of the survey if you do not want to create  an account with GuidedTrack.

Procrastination Survey (2)

36 thoughts on “Measure My Procrastination!

  1. I wanted to get your book from amazon, here in Mexico from Sonora State, and a friend gave it to me as a gift. English is not my native language but I studied two years in Gilbert Arizona, 😀 Just Started reading your Book, and I love it
    I am also translating it to the friend that gave it to me, because she wants to read it as well but she doesnt know any English hheheheh so we read it together through the phone hahhahaha She is a psycologist and I´m a nurse and just to thank you for your effor and work that you put into this book. We like it a lot.

    A big thanks all the way from Mexico!!!!

    PhD Piers Steel

    1. Glad you liked it! Myself, recovery from major surgery over the last few months, so not all delays are procrastination. Of note, there is a Spanish translation and the reviewers there indicate its even better than the original English. Just look up my name in

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