Achiever or Procrastinator?

What defines us as successful beings? Is it the way we act? Work? Think? One is sure-success has a different definition for all humans. There is 2 crucial definition of the opposite people profile. Procrastinator & Achiever.


The persons called ‘achievers’ are action takers. They have a set mindset for success every single morning. Setting yourself up for success is no easy feat. There are a lot of things that can get in the way of your pursuits along the way and it’s important to be prepared for the worst. Successful people don’t become millionaires overnight. It is hard work every single day on the dreams and goals.

How to Become an Achiever ?

1.Set your goals & standards high and work towards every day.

2.Get up early & use your planner to plan the day.

3. Surround yourself with the positive people who compliment your ideas.

4. Never take the answer ‘No’ personal and bounce back from rejection.

5. Trust in yourself and never stop learning.

Whether you want to become a high achiever at work, in the school/ university, in sport, or any other area, the same rules apply. Dedication and discipline must be present.


A procrastinator is a person who delays or puts things off. Work, after-work activities, or other actions โ€” that should be done promptly. Procrastinator comes from the Latin verb procrastinate, which means deferred until tomorrow. Being a procrastinator is only a habit and the great thing is we can change this starting from this moment.

1.The first step is recognizing that you are a procrastinator.

2.Start keeping a to-do list and ensure it’s completed by your given timeline.

3. Do your ‘hardest’ task first. You will see how every day gets easier and you will be happier with yourself by doing this.

4.Set yourself goals with the time-line. It is the best feeling once you start achieving it.

5. You can use task and time management applications. There are numerous numbers of it and can help you to stay on track.

We’ve all been there..

At some points in our lives, I am sure we have experienced procrastination. Remember that it doesn’t define you. We change and grow every day and we must change our habits to succeed.

How did you overcome procrastination?

Connect with me. Love, Zorana X

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Zorana BV

Hello ! My name is Zorana. I am coming from one beautiful country named Serbia . If you never heard before, it is in South-East Europe ๐Ÿ™‚ I am 25 years old and currently traveling & working. I am in love with the travels, all kind of beauty, makeup, inspiring books, fashion. I like to writte, often a thinker and business mind oriented. I am big hedonist, enjoying in life, and spending my time suronded with great people.

6 thoughts on “Achiever or Procrastinator?”

  1. I love this! I’m definitely a procrastinator in things I have no interest in doing (like school work for instance) but when it comes to things I find joy in or things that are going to help me progress in life, I’ll spend my entire days doing what I need to do to complete them. I actually just ordered a planner from Amazon this morning so I can force myself to be more organized! Thanks for the great post๐Ÿ’—

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  2. ๐Ÿ’œ Personally Being Born is Success Enough for Me EveryOne; from Being a Stressed “Achiever” to Being a Lazy, Relaxed “Procrastinator” I AM now Finely Poised in Balance as Timing is EveryThing and it is Often Wise to Wait until The Right Time to “Take Action”



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