I'd discuss how my procrastination habits prevented me from pursuing my interests for a long time, until I actively tried to work around my habits. I tried a variety of methods, none of which were successful at first, but kept a log of my attempts on an excel sheet and wrote down what worked and what didn't. Eventually, I realized that I was subconsciously scared of performing tasks that I assigned high priority, so I worked around that by thinking of my most important tasks as low priority and starting to treat them as forms of "fun" as opposed to subconsciously thinking of them as "work." In terms of how it affected me, I would say that it made me realize that problems I might think are easy to overcome might be extremely difficult for others to overcome, which has made me a lot more understanding of others' sufferings. Does this work?