Procrastination- Most of us wait for the problem to disappear on it’s own. No one really likes to perform routine tasks. But when we postpone today’s work until tomorrow it creates double work for us.

Most of us wait until the work piles up. Interruptions- Interruptions reduce motivation to continue to work. Some interruptions are inevitable and can be accommodated without disturbing out schedule while others can be ignored.  Mismatch between time and one’s capacity- When people over-estimate or under-estimate time taken to perform a task it leads to disorganization. When we try to do too many things in one time slot it can be frustrating. It reduces our pace. On the other hand, when we do too little in a give time period we are wasting valuable time.  Setting wrong priorities- We all have priorities that should be set up in the order of importance. When people indulge in the activity that is interesting but not really important for a long time it obviously leaves no time for the essential tasks.