Procrastination. Do you have it? Do you put of till tomorrow everything you don’t absolutely have to do today?
It’s a common habit. But not all procrastination is procrastination, by which I mean that there can be many other reasons for putting things off.
Some of them are:
— fear of success
— fear of failure
— lack of self confidence
— too much caution
— self deceit
Procrastination itself is described by www.dictionary.com as:
1. to defer action; delay: to procrastinate until an opportunity is lost.
–verb (used with object)
2. to put off till another day or time; defer; delay.
This trait is easily identified in handwriting.
When someone places the t-bar to the left of the lower case “t”, not touching or crossing it, this is the trait of procrastination. Look for it – it’s probably in writing you have looked at often, but never noticed the t-bar before.
If you feel you procrastinate, or know someone who appears to do so, but there is no procrastination in the t-bars, then it’s time to look for other causes.